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New Zealand PM: We Remain Vigilant

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New Zealand PM: We Remain Vigilant

New Zealand PM: We Remain Vigilant

CNN reports New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern opened her first address to Parliament since the Christchurch terror attack by praising the &quot;extraordinary courage&quot; demonstrated by mosque worshipers and police during one of the country&apos;s &quot;darkest days.&quot; Ardern said Tuesday: &quot;There have rightly been questions around how this could have happened here.

In a place that prides itself on being open, peaceful, diverse.

And there is anger that it has happened here.&quot; Ardern said that New Zealand authorities remain vigilant and on &quot;high alert,&quot; though there is no specific threat.

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