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New Zealand grieves after mosque shootings

A man holding a New Zealand flag reacts during a burial ceremony for victims of the mosque attacks, at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 22. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A man holding a New Zealand flag reacts during a burial ceremony for victims of the mosque attacks, at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 22. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A man holding a New Zealand flag reacts during a burial ceremony for victims of the mosque attacks, at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 22. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern leaves after the Friday prayers at Hagley Park outside Al-Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 22. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern leaves after the Friday prayers at Hagley Park outside Al-Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 22. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern leaves after the Friday prayers at Hagley Park outside Al-Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 22. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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People carry the body of a victim during a burial ceremony for victims of the mosque attacks, at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 22. REUTERS/Edgar Su

People carry the body of a victim during a burial ceremony for victims of the mosque attacks, at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 22. REUTERS/Edgar Su

People carry the body of a victim during a burial ceremony for victims of the mosque attacks, at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 22. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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People comfort each other before the Friday prayers at Hagley Park outside Al-Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 22. REUTERS/Edgar Su

People comfort each other before the Friday prayers at Hagley Park outside Al-Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 22. REUTERS/Edgar Su

People comfort each other before the Friday prayers at Hagley Park outside Al-Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 22. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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A policewoman is seen as people attend the burial ceremony of a victim of the mosque attacks, at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 21. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A policewoman is seen as people attend the burial ceremony of a victim of the mosque attacks, at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 21. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A policewoman is seen as people attend the burial ceremony of a victim of the mosque attacks, at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 21. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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People attend the Friday prayers at Hagley Park outside Al-Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 22. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

People attend the Friday prayers at Hagley Park outside Al-Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 22. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

People attend the Friday prayers at Hagley Park outside Al-Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 22. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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People perform the Friday prayers at Hagley Park outside Al-Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 22. REUTERS/Edgar Su

People perform the Friday prayers at Hagley Park outside Al-Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 22. REUTERS/Edgar Su

People perform the Friday prayers at Hagley Park outside Al-Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 22. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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People attend the burial ceremony for the victims of the mosque attacks, at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 20. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

People attend the burial ceremony for the victims of the mosque attacks, at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 20. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

People attend the burial ceremony for the victims of the mosque attacks, at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 20. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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People attend the burial ceremony of a victim of the mosque attacks, at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 22. REUTERS/Edgar Su

People attend the burial ceremony of a victim of the mosque attacks, at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 22. REUTERS/Edgar Su

People attend the burial ceremony of a victim of the mosque attacks, at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 22. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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A student and a woman attend the burial ceremony of a victim of the mosque attacks, at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 21. REUTERS/Edgar Su

A student and a woman attend the burial ceremony of a victim of the mosque attacks, at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 21. REUTERS/Edgar Su

A student and a woman attend the burial ceremony of a victim of the mosque attacks, at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 21. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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A woman holds a fern during a vigil for the victims of the mosque attacks during an ecumenical celebration in Christchurch, March 21. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A woman holds a fern during a vigil for the victims of the mosque attacks during an ecumenical celebration in Christchurch, March 21. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A woman holds a fern during a vigil for the victims of the mosque attacks during an ecumenical celebration in Christchurch, March 21. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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A police officer stands guard outside Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 22. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A police officer stands guard outside Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 22. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A police officer stands guard outside Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 22. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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Relatives and other people arrive to attend the burial ceremony of the victims of the mosque attacks, at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 20. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Relatives and other people arrive to attend the burial ceremony of the victims of the mosque attacks, at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 20. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Relatives and other people arrive to attend the burial ceremony of the victims of the mosque attacks, at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 20. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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A mourner is attended to after the funeral of father and son, Khaled and Hamza Mustafa, the first funerals of the 50 victims of the mosque shootings, at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 20. AAP Image/Mick Tsikas/via REUTERS

A mourner is attended to after the funeral of father and son, Khaled and Hamza Mustafa, the first funerals of the 50 victims of the mosque shootings, at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 20. AAP Image/Mick Tsikas/via REUTERS

A mourner is attended to after the funeral of father and son, Khaled and Hamza Mustafa, the first funerals of the 50 victims of the mosque shootings, at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 20. AAP Image/Mick Tsikas/via REUTERS
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An armed policeman stands guard as the burial ceremony of the victims of the mosque attacks takes place at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 20. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

An armed policeman stands guard as the burial ceremony of the victims of the mosque attacks takes place at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 20. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

An armed policeman stands guard as the burial ceremony of the victims of the mosque attacks takes place at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, March 20. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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Flowers and cards are seen at the memorial site for the victims of Friday's shooting, outside Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Flowers and cards are seen at the memorial site for the victims of Friday's shooting, outside Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Flowers and cards are seen at the memorial site for the victims of Friday's shooting, outside Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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Al Noor mosque shooting survivor Farhid Ahmed poses with a photo of his wife Husna, who was killed in the attack, after an interview with Reuters in Christchurch, March 18. The wheelchair-using worshipper who survived the slaughter at Christchurch's Al Noor mosque, but whose wife was killed, has offered an olive branch to the gunman, saying he would like to meet him and telling him "I still love you." "I want to give the message to the person who did this, or if he has any friends who also think like this: I still love you," Farhid Ahmed, 59, told Reuters in an interview at his house, as mourners arrived to offer condolences for his wife, Husna. "I don't agree with what you did   you took a wrong decision, a wrong direction, but I want to believe in you. That you have great potential in your heart," he said.

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Al Noor mosque shooting survivor Farhid Ahmed poses with a photo of his wife Husna, who was killed in the attack, after an interview with Reuters in Christchurch, March 18. The wheelchair-using worshipper who survived the slaughter at Christchurch's...more

Al Noor mosque shooting survivor Farhid Ahmed poses with a photo of his wife Husna, who was killed in the attack, after an interview with Reuters in Christchurch, March 18. The wheelchair-using worshipper who survived the slaughter at Christchurch's Al Noor mosque, but whose wife was killed, has offered an olive branch to the gunman, saying he would like to meet him and telling him "I still love you." "I want to give the message to the person who did this, or if he has any friends who also think like this: I still love you," Farhid Ahmed, 59, told Reuters in an interview at his house, as mourners arrived to offer condolences for his wife, Husna. "I don't agree with what you did you took a wrong decision, a wrong direction, but I want to believe in you. That you have great potential in your heart," he said. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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People visit a memorial site for victims of Friday's shooting, in front of Christchurch Botanic Gardens in Christchurch, March 19, 2019. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

People visit a memorial site for victims of Friday's shooting, in front of Christchurch Botanic Gardens in Christchurch, March 19, 2019. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

People visit a memorial site for victims of Friday's shooting, in front of Christchurch Botanic Gardens in Christchurch, March 19, 2019. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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A woman cries at a memorial site in Christchurch, March 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

A woman cries at a memorial site in Christchurch, March 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

A woman cries at a memorial site in Christchurch, March 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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A woman touches a photo at a memorial site in Christchurch, March 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

A woman touches a photo at a memorial site in Christchurch, March 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

A woman touches a photo at a memorial site in Christchurch, March 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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A man walks past fifty pairs of painted white shoes laid out at All Souls Church, in memory of the victims of Friday's shooting, in Christchurch, March 19. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A man walks past fifty pairs of painted white shoes laid out at All Souls Church, in memory of the victims of Friday's shooting, in Christchurch, March 19. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A man walks past fifty pairs of painted white shoes laid out at All Souls Church, in memory of the victims of Friday's shooting, in Christchurch, March 19. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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Royal Malaysian Navy (TLDM) Brass Band, Able Rate Abdul Iskandar, who said he was supposed to be at Masjid Al Noor mosque on Friday, the day the shooting, is comforted by a bystander as he weeps at the memorial site for the victims, outside the mosque in Christchurch, March 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Royal Malaysian Navy (TLDM) Brass Band, Able Rate Abdul Iskandar, who said he was supposed to be at Masjid Al Noor mosque on Friday, the day the shooting, is comforted by a bystander as he weeps at the memorial site for the victims, outside the...more

Royal Malaysian Navy (TLDM) Brass Band, Able Rate Abdul Iskandar, who said he was supposed to be at Masjid Al Noor mosque on Friday, the day the shooting, is comforted by a bystander as he weeps at the memorial site for the victims, outside the mosque in Christchurch, March 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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A photo is seen at a memorial site outside Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

A photo is seen at a memorial site outside Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

A photo is seen at a memorial site outside Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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Family members from Fiji pray at a memorial site in front of Christchurch Botanic Gardens in Christchurch, March 19. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Family members from Fiji pray at a memorial site in front of Christchurch Botanic Gardens in Christchurch, March 19. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Family members from Fiji pray at a memorial site in front of Christchurch Botanic Gardens in Christchurch, March 19. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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High school students from a Christian school embrace as they give hugs to Muslims waiting for news of their relatives at a community centre, following Friday's shooting in Christchurch, March 18. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

High school students from a Christian school embrace as they give hugs to Muslims waiting for news of their relatives at a community centre, following Friday's shooting in Christchurch, March 18. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

High school students from a Christian school embrace as they give hugs to Muslims waiting for news of their relatives at a community centre, following Friday's shooting in Christchurch, March 18. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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A woman sits next to flowers and messages displayed at a memorial site for victims in front of the Masjid Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 18. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A woman sits next to flowers and messages displayed at a memorial site for victims in front of the Masjid Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 18. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A woman sits next to flowers and messages displayed at a memorial site for victims in front of the Masjid Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 18. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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Students perform the Haka as they gather in a vigil to commemorate victims outside Masjid Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 18. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Students perform the Haka as they gather in a vigil to commemorate victims outside Masjid Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 18. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Students perform the Haka as they gather in a vigil to commemorate victims outside Masjid Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 18. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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Women embrace near Masjid Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 17. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Women embrace near Masjid Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 17. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Women embrace near Masjid Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 17. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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Members of a New Zealand biker gang perform the Haka to honor the victims of the mosque shootings in Christchurch, March 17. REUTERS/Joseph Campbell

Members of a New Zealand biker gang perform the Haka to honor the victims of the mosque shootings in Christchurch, March 17. REUTERS/Joseph Campbell

Members of a New Zealand biker gang perform the Haka to honor the victims of the mosque shootings in Christchurch, March 17. REUTERS/Joseph Campbell
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People visit a memorial site for victims of Friday's shooting, in front of the Masjid Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 18. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

People visit a memorial site for victims of Friday's shooting, in front of the Masjid Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 18. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

People visit a memorial site for victims of Friday's shooting, in front of the Masjid Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 18. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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Flowers and signs are pictured at a memorial as a tribute to victims of the mosque attacks, near a police line outside Masjid Al Noor in Christchurch, March 17. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Flowers and signs are pictured at a memorial as a tribute to victims of the mosque attacks, near a police line outside Masjid Al Noor in Christchurch, March 17. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Flowers and signs are pictured at a memorial as a tribute to victims of the mosque attacks, near a police line outside Masjid Al Noor in Christchurch, March 17. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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Relatives of a member of the Bangladeshi community wait for news at a community centre in Christchurch, March 17. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Relatives of a member of the Bangladeshi community wait for news at a community centre in Christchurch, March 17. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Relatives of a member of the Bangladeshi community wait for news at a community centre in Christchurch, March 17. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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Candles arranged in a heart shape burn at a memorial site for victims of the mosque shootings at the Botanic Gardens in Christchurch, March 17. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Candles arranged in a heart shape burn at a memorial site for victims of the mosque shootings at the Botanic Gardens in Christchurch, March 17. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Candles arranged in a heart shape burn at a memorial site for victims of the mosque shootings at the Botanic Gardens in Christchurch, March 17. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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Imam Ibrahim Abdul Halim of the Linwood Mosque is embraced by Father Felimoun El-Baramoussy from the Coptic Church, in Christchurch, March 18. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Imam Ibrahim Abdul Halim of the Linwood Mosque is embraced by Father Felimoun El-Baramoussy from the Coptic Church, in Christchurch, March 18. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Imam Ibrahim Abdul Halim of the Linwood Mosque is embraced by Father Felimoun El-Baramoussy from the Coptic Church, in Christchurch, March 18. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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Women embrace near Masjid Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 17. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Women embrace near Masjid Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 17. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Women embrace near Masjid Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, March 17. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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Flowers and signs are seen at a memorial as a tribute to victims of the mosque attacks, near a police line outside Masjid Al Noor in Christchurch, March 16. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Flowers and signs are seen at a memorial as a tribute to victims of the mosque attacks, near a police line outside Masjid Al Noor in Christchurch, March 16. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Flowers and signs are seen at a memorial as a tribute to victims of the mosque attacks, near a police line outside Masjid Al Noor in Christchurch, March 16. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern meets representatives of the Muslim community at Canterbury refugee centre in Christchurch, March 16.    New Zealand Prime Minister's Office/via REUTERS

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern meets representatives of the Muslim community at Canterbury refugee centre in Christchurch, March 16. New Zealand Prime Minister's Office/via REUTERS

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern meets representatives of the Muslim community at Canterbury refugee centre in Christchurch, March 16. New Zealand Prime Minister's Office/via REUTERS
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Aktar, a woman whose husband is missing after Friday's mosque attacks, reacts outside a community center near Masjid Al Noor in Christchurch, New Zealand, March 16. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Aktar, a woman whose husband is missing after Friday's mosque attacks, reacts outside a community center near Masjid Al Noor in Christchurch, New Zealand, March 16. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Aktar, a woman whose husband is missing after Friday's mosque attacks, reacts outside a community center near Masjid Al Noor in Christchurch, New Zealand, March 16. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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People reacts as they move the flowers after police removed a police line, outside Masjid Al Noor in Christchurch, March 16. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

People reacts as they move the flowers after police removed a police line, outside Masjid Al Noor in Christchurch, March 16. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

People reacts as they move the flowers after police removed a police line, outside Masjid Al Noor in Christchurch, March 16. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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A member of the Maori community poses at a memorial site for victims of the mosque shootings in Christchurch, March 17. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A member of the Maori community poses at a memorial site for victims of the mosque shootings in Christchurch, March 17. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A member of the Maori community poses at a memorial site for victims of the mosque shootings in Christchurch, March 17. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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A woman places flowers at a memorial as a tribute to victims of the mosque attacks, near a police line outside Masjid Al Noor in Christchurch, March 16. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A woman places flowers at a memorial as a tribute to victims of the mosque attacks, near a police line outside Masjid Al Noor in Christchurch, March 16. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A woman places flowers at a memorial as a tribute to victims of the mosque attacks, near a police line outside Masjid Al Noor in Christchurch, March 16. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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People visit a memorial site for victims of Friday's shooting, in front of the Masjid Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand March 18. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

People visit a memorial site for victims of Friday's shooting, in front of the Masjid Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand March 18. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

People visit a memorial site for victims of Friday's shooting, in front of the Masjid Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand March 18. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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Flowers and a New Zealand national flag are seen at a memorial as tributes to victims of the mosque attacks near Linwood mosque in Christchurch, March 16. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Flowers and a New Zealand national flag are seen at a memorial as tributes to victims of the mosque attacks near Linwood mosque in Christchurch, March 16. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Flowers and a New Zealand national flag are seen at a memorial as tributes to victims of the mosque attacks near Linwood mosque in Christchurch, March 16. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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Children place flowers at a memorial as a tribute to victims of the mosque attacks, near a police line outside Masjid Al Noor in Christchurch, March 16. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Children place flowers at a memorial as a tribute to victims of the mosque attacks, near a police line outside Masjid Al Noor in Christchurch, March 16. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Children place flowers at a memorial as a tribute to victims of the mosque attacks, near a police line outside Masjid Al Noor in Christchurch, March 16. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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People prepare to move the flowers after police removed a police line, outside Masjid Al Noor in Christchurch, March 16. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

People prepare to move the flowers after police removed a police line, outside Masjid Al Noor in Christchurch, March 16. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

People prepare to move the flowers after police removed a police line, outside Masjid Al Noor in Christchurch, March 16. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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