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Bangladesh cricket team narrowly escapes Christchurch mosque shooting, third Test with New Zealand called off

DNA Friday, 15 March 2019
All our players are now safe in their hotel which has been cordoned off, a BCB spokesman said.
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New Zealand police are looking for an 'active shooter' in the center of Christchurch, after a gunman opened fire at a mosque. One witness said he saw many dead or injured. Rough cut - no reporter narration.

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