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Multiple people killed in mass shootings at New Zealand mosques

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Multiple people killed in mass shootings at New Zealand mosques

Multiple people killed in mass shootings at New Zealand mosques

Eyewitnesses describe the scene at a mass shooting Friday at a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Shootings occurred in at least one other Christchurch mosque.

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