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New Zealand prepares for first burials of Christchurch attack victims

Reuters India Tuesday, 19 March 2019
Preparations were underway on Tuesday to begin burials of victims from the Christchurch mosques attacks after days of intense grieving for the 50 people killed by a lone gunman in New Zealand's worst-ever mass shooting.
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The tragedy struck a serious nerve in the citizens of New Zealand. They are doing the right thing.

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