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New Zealand ambassador to EU chokes up while speaking about Christchurch attacks

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New Zealand ambassador to EU chokes up while speaking about Christchurch attacks

New Zealand ambassador to EU chokes up while speaking about Christchurch attacks

New Zealand ambassador to the EU and Nato, David Taylor, becomes emotional while talking about the terrorist attacks at mosques in Christchurch that killed 49 people on March 15.

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