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New Zealand to ‘confront’ Erdogan over Christchurch mosque shooting remarks

Erdogan said the massacre in Christchurch was part of a broader attack on Turkey and Islam. He also warned anti-Muslim Australians that they would be sent back in coffins like their grandfathers at Gallipoli.

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