New Zealand: Twin terrorist attacks kill dozens at Christchurch mosques
15 March 2019 | 10:07 am
At least 49 people have been killed in two attacks targeting Muslims in the New Zealand city of Christchurch. Officials have called it a "right-wing extremist terrorist attack." DW has the latest.
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