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Christchurch mosque shootings: Footage shows arrest

BBC News Friday, 15 March 2019 ()
Christchurch mosque shootings: Footage shows arrestPictures on social media show an arrest being made after the New Zealand mosque shootings.
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News video: Onlooker Captures Moment of Arrest of Christchurch Mosque Shootings Suspect

▶ Onlooker Captures Moment of Arrest of Christchurch Mosque Shootings Suspect 00:42

New Zealand police reported multiple fatalities after a gunman opened fire at two Christchurch mosques on Friday, March 15.Police said one person was in custody immediately after the attack, with this video showing an arrest taking place. The vehicle seen in the video of the arrest matches that seen...

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