New Zealand falls silent for mosque attacks
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New Zealand falls silent for mosque shooting victims

New Zealand falls silent for mosque attacks

Zahid Mustafa, center, whose father Khaled Mustafa and brother Hamza Mustafa were killed at Al Noor mosque, attends Friday prayers in Hagley Park near Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand.

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New Zealand falls silent for mosque attacks

The Al Noor mosque is seen after police removed screens before congregational Friday prayers and two minutes of silence for victims of the mosque massacres, at Hagley Park in Christchurch.

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New Zealand falls silent for mosque attacks

A coffin containing the body of a victim of the Christchurch mosque attacks is carried for burial at Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, New Zealand.

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New Zealand falls silent for mosque attacks

Mourners embrace each other as they leave after attending the funeral of a victim of the Christchurch mosque attacks at Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, New Zealand.

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New Zealand falls silent for mosque attacks

A police officer patrols past tributes left near Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand.

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New Zealand falls silent for mosque attacks

Mohammed Nadir holds placards and thanks people who attended a Muslim prayer service and two minutes of silence for mosque massacre victims in a park near the Al Noor Mosque in Christchurch. Nadir’s brother Haji Mohammed Daoud Nabi, 71, was the first victim of the Al Noor Mosque massacre and was shot dead after welcoming the gunman into the building with the words, “Hello brother.”

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New Zealand falls silent for mosque attacks

Local residents with head scarves gather for the call to prayer and a moment of silence at Masjid Umar mosque in Auckland, a week after the Christchurch mosque attacks that claimed 50 lives.

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New Zealand falls silent for mosque attacks

Members of a New Zealand biker clgang perform the haka in tribute to those killed in the March 15 Christchurch mosque massacres, outside the Jamia Masjid mosque in Hamilton, New Zealand.

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New Zealand falls silent for mosque attacks

Thousands of New Zealanders gathered in Christchurch to honor the 50 Muslim worshipers killed one week ago by a white supremacist, with a call to prayer broadcast around the country and a two-minute silence.

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