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New Zealand Shooting: 'I Can Tell You One Thing Now, Our Gun Laws Will Change' Says PM

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New Zealand Shooting: 'I Can Tell You One Thing Now, Our Gun Laws Will Change' Says PM

New Zealand Shooting: 'I Can Tell You One Thing Now, Our Gun Laws Will Change' Says PM

New Zealand prime minister, Jacinda Ardern said 'guns laws will change' during a press conference following the terrorist attack that killed at least 49 people in two mosques in Christchurch.

The prime minister said the main perpetrator used five guns including two semi-automatic weapons.

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