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Teen who egged controversial lawmaker is donating funds to New Zealand massacre victims

CBS News Tuesday, 19 March 2019 ()
Australia's unlikely hero, dubbed "Egg Boy," is still on a crusade to help victims of the deadly mosque shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand. Will Connolly, the 17-year-old who cracked a raw egg on the head of Queensland Sen. Fraser Anning, said he will donate funds to those affected in the deadly terror attack Friday.
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An interfaith vigil of Muslims, Jews and Christians was held Saturday evening in Pasadena as a show of support for the victims of the massacre at two mosques in New Zealand this week. Hermela Aregawi reports.

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