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Friends and family of people killed in the terrorist attack on two mosques in New Zealand are waiting to bury their loved ones. The prime minister said changes to the country's gun laws are coming.

New Zealand Prime Minister Says Gun Laws Will Change Following Mosque Shootings

By Rob Schmitz NPR
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