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New Zealand mosque shootings: Welsh police step up patrols

BBC Local News Friday, 15 March 2019
New Zealand mosque shootings: Welsh police step up patrolsBBC Local News: South West Wales -- The move of "reassurance" comes after 49 people were killed in a mosque shooting in New Zealand.
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News video: Death toll in New Zealand mosque shootings rises to 50, police commissioner says

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The death toll from the mosque shootings in New Zealand is now 50, New Zealand police commissioner Mike Bush said Saturday.

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