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Christchurch mosque shootings: Survivor Abdul Aziz vows to return for accused gunman Brenton Tarrant's future High Court hearings

New Zealand Herald Friday, 14 June 2019 ()
Christchurch mosque shootings: Survivor Abdul Aziz vows to return for accused gunman Brenton Tarrant's future High Court hearingsInside the courthouse, they held cuddly toys and each other, they fixed their gaze on the alleged gunman, and they gasped when he entered not guilty pleas through his lawyer.Outside the courthouse, survivors and family members of...
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