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Christchurch attack: New Zealand intel agencies mostly focused on Muslims

New Zealand's prime minister, police and security agencies have apologised for their shortcomings, after the release of a report into the Christchurch terror attacks. It makes dozens of recommendations more than a year after the murders of 51 people at two mosques. As Liz Maddock reports, there's a consensus among authorities: they could have done more to prevent it. New Zealand Mosque Shooting 🇳🇿 👉 http://trt.world/16qf #Christchurch #JacindaArdern #Terrorism

How do Muslims feel after the Christchurch terror attack inquiry findings?

How do Muslims feel after the Christchurch terror attack inquiry findings?

New Zealand Terror Attack: 50 killed in attack on two Christchurch  mosques

New Zealand Terror Attack: 50 killed in attack on two Christchurch mosques

New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says 'We are one' at Friday prayer gathering

New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says 'We are one' at Friday prayer gathering

People around the world express love and support for Muslims after the New Zealand attack

People around the world express love and support for Muslims after the New Zealand attack

Blinken and Lavrov hold 'frank' talks over growing Ukraine crisis

Blinken and Lavrov hold 'frank' talks over growing Ukraine crisis

Who is Nayib Bukele, the 'CEO of El Salvador'?

Who is Nayib Bukele, the 'CEO of El Salvador'?

Biden marks tough first year in White House

Biden marks tough first year in White House

Researchers: China's Olympics mobile app marred by security flaws

Researchers: China's Olympics mobile app marred by security flaws

Blinken says Russia is undermining Ukraine's sovereignity

Blinken says Russia is undermining Ukraine's sovereignity

Belgian court sentences migrant smuggling leader to 18 years

Belgian court sentences migrant smuggling leader to 18 years

UK PM Boris Johnson says he won't resign over lockdown parties

UK PM Boris Johnson says he won't resign over lockdown parties

British PM Johnson on edge despite pandemic good news

British PM Johnson on edge despite pandemic good news

Thousands of buildings in Iran deemed unsafe

Thousands of buildings in Iran deemed unsafe

People in US struggle to keep up with rising costs

People in US struggle to keep up with rising costs

Azerbaijan remembers victims of Black January

Azerbaijan remembers victims of Black January

Davos meeting to be held online for second time due to pandemic

Davos meeting to be held online for second time due to pandemic

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