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New Zealand mosque attacks: While intel focuses on Islamist militants, Christchurch shooting shows how white nationalists fly beneath radar

Firstpost Tuesday, 19 March 2019
Like other extremist groups, racist ideologues have leveraged the power and reach of the internet to disseminate violent ideas, and give advice on the logistics of terror.
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