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Shots fired at New Zealand mosque, casualties reported

CBC.ca Friday, 15 March 2019
New Zealand police deployed armed officers in central Christchurch on Friday after reports that several shots had been fired, police said, and witnesses at a mosque told media of several casualties.
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