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Seven arrested for hate crimes after New Zealand mosque shootings

BBC News Tuesday, 19 March 2019
Seven arrested for hate crimes after New Zealand mosque shootingsFifty people died and dozens were injured in the twin shootings on Friday in Christchurch.
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News video: Mosque Shootings Death Toll In NZ Rose To 50

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According to Reuters.com, "The death toll in the New Zealand mosque shootings has risen to 50 after investigators found another body at one of the mosques..." Police Commissioner Mike Bush told the press, "It is with sadness that I advise that number of people who died in this event has now risen to...

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