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Mosque Shooter Kills 49 In New Zealand Terror Attacks

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Mosque Shooter Kills 49 In New Zealand Terror Attacks

Mosque Shooter Kills 49 In New Zealand Terror Attacks

At least 49 people are dead and dozens more have been seriously wounded during multiple terror attacks today in Christchurch, New Zealand.

The attacker used both guns and bombs in an effort to target Muslims in the country.

One series of attacks was livestreamed on Facebook for 17 minutes.

Three men and one woman have… Read more...

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