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Hundreds Stand In Solidarity In Dallas For Lives Lost In New Zealand Terror Attack

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Hundreds Stand In Solidarity In Dallas For Lives Lost In New Zealand Terror Attack

Hundreds Stand In Solidarity In Dallas For Lives Lost In New Zealand Terror Attack

It was an outpouring of support in Dallas on Saturday as community members and faith leaders stood in solidarity to remember the victims of the deadly terror attack on two mosques in New Zealand.

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