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New Zealand Terror Attack: Court orders mental assessment for accused

The Australian man accused of killing 50 people at two mosque attacks in Christchurch has been ordered to undergo a mental assessment. A New Zealand judge said experts will decide if the 28 year old is insane, or fit to stand trial. Natasha Hussain reports. #NewZealand, #Terror, #Christchurch

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Did Christchurch terrorist exploit New Zealand's gun laws?

Pakistan honours Christchurch hero

Pakistan honours Christchurch hero

Famous Muslim rugby player on Christchurch mosque shootings

Famous Muslim rugby player on Christchurch mosque shootings

The Last Prayer: Surviving Christchurch Terror Attack | TRTWorld Documentary 2019

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Iraq's Kirkuk remembers Turkmen massacre

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ICC opens case against former Malian fighter in the Hague

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UK bans Huawei from 5G network

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UK bans China's Huawei from 5G network

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Roger Stone speaks out in interview, denies deal with Trump

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Ambulance service helps Kenyan women in labour during curfew

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China: US accusations on South China Sea are 'unjustified'

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Germany’s press office employee probed over Egypt spying

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