New Zealand Shooting: Extremist Views Have ‘No Place In The World’ Says PM

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New Zealand Shooting: Extremist Views Have ‘No Place In The World’ Says PM

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern delivered a statement after a terrorist attack in Christchurch killed 40 people.

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