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Death Toll Rises In New Zealand Mosque Attacks

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Death Toll Rises In New Zealand Mosque Attacks

Death Toll Rises In New Zealand Mosque Attacks

The death toll from the terror attacks at two mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch has risen to 50.

New Zealand Police Commissioner Mike Bush says 50 others were injured, 36 of whom remain in hospital.

28-year-old Australian Brenton Tarrant was arrested and charged with murder Saturday morning.

Two other people were arrested at the scene, one of whom has been released.

Another remains in custody, but is not believed to be involved in the attacks.

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