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'Shocked' New Zealand Rifle Club Revokes Membership Of Mosque Shootings Suspect

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| In the days following Friday's attack, more details are emerging about the alleged gunman. The country's police force believes he acted alone.

Russia Criminalizes The Spread Of Online News Which 'Disrespects' The Government

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President Vladimir Putin signed the new law, which allows punishment of individuals with fines and jail time for the spread of "fake news."

The Air Force is trying new strategies to battle a constant problem: Birds on airfields

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Fireworks, drones, and habitat relocation projects are among the ways that Air Force biologists are fighting the expensive and potentially deadly problem of bird strikes.

New Zealand Prime Minister Promises Tighter Gun Laws

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The country's cabinet has agreed "in principle" to tighten laws in the aftermath of the most deadly shooting in the country's history.

Number Of Dead Rises To 50 In New Zealand Mass Shooting

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Police say the number of people dead in the mass shooting that occurred at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand has risen to 50. Another 50 people are injured, with two in critical condition.

As Families Learn Fates Of Loved Ones, New Zealand Mourns Christchurch Victims

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A three-year-old girl is feared dead after Friday's attack. New Zealand's prime minister has said most of the victims may be migrants and refugees.

In New Zealand, Mass Shootings Are Very Rare

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One of the most shocking aspects of the attack that left 49 people dead is that it happened in a country where low crime rates are a part of its identity.

After A Chaotic Week In Brexit Politics, Here's What You Need To Know

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Brexit has convulsed Britain like no other political event in decades. At the end of a week in which Parliament held key votes, things look considerably different than they did on Monday.

4 In Custody After Fatal Shootings At 2 Mosques In Christchurch, New Zealand

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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says, "It is clear this is one of New Zealand's darkest days." Police say they have four people in custody.