New Zealand terror attacks: World leaders voice dismay at 'senseless violence'
Friday, 15 March 2019 () Leaders from around the world have condemned attacks at two New Zealand mosques in which dozens died. France and the UK have stepped up security near mosques for fear of copycat attacks.
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