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Pakistan salutes hero of New Zealand mosque shooting

Reuters Sunday, 17 March 2019
Pakistan bestowed a national award on one of the victims of last week's mosque attack in New Zealand who died along with his son while trying to confront the suspected white supremacist accused of the country's worst peacetime mass shooting.
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According to Reuters, Pakistan bestowed a national award on one of the victims of last week’s mosque attack in New Zealand who died along with his son while trying to confront the suspect. Mian Naeem Rashid and his son were among nine Pakistanis killed when a gunman attacked two mosques in the new...

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