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PM Ardern Voices New Zealand's Grief

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Reuters reports New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Tuesday praised the bravery and courage by mosque worshippers as a lone gunman massacred their friends and family, saying the nation stood with its grieving Muslim community in this “darkest of days”. Preparations for the first burials were underway for the 50 people killed last Friday in the Christchurch mosques mass shooting. Ardern, who has been widely praised for her compassionate and decisive handling of the tragedy, said she never anticipated having to voice the grief of a nation.

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