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White shoes line church in memory of New Zealand victims

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White shoes line church in memory of New Zealand victims

White shoes line church in memory of New Zealand victims

Fifty pairs of white shoes lie outside a church in Christchurch, as the city comes together in mourning the 50 victims of last week&apos;s shoooting.

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