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Security Increased Around NYC Mosques In Wake Of New Zealand Attack

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Security Increased Around NYC Mosques In Wake Of New Zealand Attack

Security Increased Around NYC Mosques In Wake Of New Zealand Attack

A mass shooting at two mosques in New Zealand where at least 49 people were killed has police on alert in New York.

CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.

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