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Analysis and latest : Gunman kills at least 49 people at 2 mosques in NZ

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Analysis and latest : Gunman kills at least 49 people at 2 mosques in NZ

Analysis and latest : Gunman kills at least 49 people at 2 mosques in NZ

New Zealand mosque attacker grins in court Brenton Tarrant, a licensed gun owner, used five weapons to kill at least 49 people, including children, in his rampage.

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