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Death Toll In NZ Mosque Attacks Rises As Another Body Is Discovered

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Death Toll In NZ Mosque Attacks Rises As Another Body Is Discovered

Death Toll In NZ Mosque Attacks Rises As Another Body Is Discovered

The death toll in the attack by a suspected white supremacist on two mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch has risen to 50.

According to Reuters, investigators found another victim as they removed bodies from the crime scenes.

Police Commissioner Mike Bush spoke at a media conference in Wellington, saying the bodies of the victims in Friday’s attacks had not yet been released to families because investigations were ongoing.

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