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Straight out of a movie scene: Bangladesh cricket manager re-lives the horror of Christchurch mosque terrorist attack

DNA Friday, 15 March 2019
"We were really lucky. Had we reached even three or four minutes earlier, we probably would have been inside the mosque," said Bangladesh cricket team manager Khaled Mashud on Friday after narrowly escaping the deadliest terror attack in New Zealand's history.
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