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New Zealand mosque shooting LIVE updates: Scott Morrison calls suspect, believed to be Australian, 'violent, right-wing, extremist terrorist'

Firstpost Friday, 15 March 2019
Christchurch New Zealand Mosque Shooting LIVE updates: As the Australian identity of the man considered to be the main suspect, Brenton Tarrant, emerges, the Australian PM has been among those who have issued a call to maintain peace. He has called Tarrant a violent, right-wing, extremist terrorist.
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