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NZ premier Ardern vows mosque gunman will face 'full force of law'

WorldNews Tuesday, 19 March 2019
NZ premier Ardern vows mosque gunman will face 'full force of law'Christchurch: New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern promised on Tuesday that the man responsible for last week's deadly mosque massacres would face "the full force of the law", as she vowed never to utter his name. "He sought many things from...
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News video: Jacinda Ardern Says She'll Never Use Accused Mosque Gunman's Name To Deny Him Notoriety

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Jacinda Ardern addressed the mosque shooting on Tuesday.

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