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New Zealand made it illegal for anyone to download or share the Christchurch shooter's manifesto

Business Insider Monday, 25 March 2019
New Zealand made it illegal for anyone to download or share the Christchurch shooter's manifesto· *New Zealand officially banned the 74-page, racist manifesto written by the suspected gunman behind the deadly mosque attacks in Christchurch on March 15.*
· *Anyone found to possess the manifesto could face up to ten years in prison, and those caught distributing it could face up to 14 years in prison.*
· *The country's...
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News video: New Zealand's Ardern visits city where shooter lived

New Zealand's Ardern visits city where shooter lived 01:44

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern visited the city of Dunedin on Wednesday, where the Christchurch shooter lived. Ardern visited an early childhood centre where she read a book to children, and said she wanted to use the visit to listen to the community's concerns. Gracie Jerome reports.

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