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Shootings at the mosques in New Zealand
"Shootings at the mosques in New Zealand"

"Several people have died after shootings at several mosques in the city of Christchurch in New Zealand."

"the Police have resorts, a suspected shooter, but at least one suspected offender is still on the loose."

"the Shoots have shooting at two mosques in the city of Christchurch, writes the police in New Zealand on Twitter."

"Several people have died and several have been damaged, said police. At the moment, they have not gone out with how many victims."

"Several hundred people must have been in mosques for Friday prayers, when the offender opened fire in the afternoon."

"' A serious and ongoing event takes place in Christchurch with an active shooter. The police respond with their full capacity to deal with the situation, but the risk in the area continues to be extremely high. Police recommend anyone who lives in Christchurch to keep away from the streets and stay indoors until further notice”, writes the police in New Zealand on Twitter."

"the Police have now indicated, in a videosänd press conference, several people are dead. The cabinet was formed of a suspected shooter."

"According to the police, is, however, a further suspected perpetrator still on the loose."

"Witness: man in black"

"A witness to the AP, says that he saw several dead people inside one of the mosques. "

"the Witness, who lives in the vicinity of the mosque, says that a man in black entered the mosque and opened fire. The witness then saw terrified people running from the building. When he went into the mosque to help, he saw several people lying dead on the floor, " says the witness, to the AP."

"the Police in New Zealand writes on Twitter that all schools in the Christchurch city centre is in ”lockdown”."

"According to The Guardian, there are reports that a car containing explosive substances shall have been discovered on a street in Christchurch."

"New Zealand's prime minister Jacinda Ardern says during a press conference that this is ”the darkest day in New Zealand's history”."

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