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Christchurch Shooting: New Zealand Rugby Star Sonny Bill Williams Mourns Victims In Tearful Tribute

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Christchurch Shooting: New Zealand Rugby Star Sonny Bill Williams Mourns Victims In Tearful Tribute

Christchurch Shooting: New Zealand Rugby Star Sonny Bill Williams Mourns Victims In Tearful Tribute

New Zealand Rugby Star Sonny Bill Williams, the first Muslim to represent the All Blacks, fought back tears in a video he posted on Twitter reacting to the mosque attacks.

"I just heard the news and I couldn't put into words how I'm feeling right now," said Williams. At least 49 people were killed in 2 separate attacks in Christchurch, New Zealand on March 15.

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