Christchurch mosque shootings: New Zealand mourns

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Published 4 days ago - Duration: 02:28s

Christchurch mosque shootings: New Zealand mourns

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern reiterates a need for policy change as New Zealand mourns the lives lost.

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