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New Zealand mosque shootings suspect in court as prime minister vows to change gun laws

Tamworth Herald Saturday, 16 March 2019
New Zealand mosque shootings suspect in court as prime minister vows to change gun lawsGrief across globe as it emerges victims included worshippers from Pakistan, Jordan, Malaysia, Turkey, India, Afghanistan and Indonesia.
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The country's prime minister is speaking out about the motive, saying victims might include refugees and migrants. The death toll is unconfirmed. (3/14/19)

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