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49 killed in New Zealand shootings at two mosques as Birmingham reacts with grief

Tamworth Herald Friday, 15 March 2019
49 killed in New Zealand shootings at two mosques as Birmingham reacts with griefThe harrowing incident unfolded in the New Zealand city of Christchurch.
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A shooting at two New Zealand mosques left many people dead and forced authorities to lockdown Christchurch, the country’s third biggest city, police and local media said. Music Credit: Audioblocks 'After The Storm'

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