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World leaders blame global rise of Islamophobia for New Zealand terror attack: 'Not only the perpetrators, but also politicians and media'

Independent Friday, 15 March 2019 ()
Many new immigrants and refugees thought to be among victims
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The attacker was given what he wanted.

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