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New Zealand's PM says no intelligence linking Sri Lanka to Christchurch attacks

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New Zealand's PM says no intelligence linking Sri Lanka to Christchurch attacks

New Zealand's PM says no intelligence linking Sri Lanka to Christchurch attacks

New Zealand&apos;s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says that her government was not aware of any intelligence suggesting that a devastating attack on Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka was in retaliation for deadly shootings on a mosques in Christchurch.

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