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Christchurch shootings: Social media's role

BBC News Friday, 15 March 2019 ()
Christchurch shootings: Social media's roleWhy was a video of the shootings shared on social media and what can be done about the wider threat?
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News video: Video shows NZ police detain a suspect after mosque shootings

▶ Video shows NZ police detain a suspect after mosque shootings 00:28

Social media footage purports to show armed police detain a suspect of the Christchurch shootings that is thought to have killed several worshippers as they attended Friday prayers. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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