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Mirror UK reported "Boy, 3, still missing after New Zealand shooting" on Friday

[] A three-year-old boy is one the youngest people missing following two mass shootings at mosques in New Zealand The youngster managed to flee but his dad and brother played dead Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has meanwhile expressed his sadness at  the worst ever mass killing in New Zealand Janna Ezat and Hazim Al-Umari fear their son Hussain is among the dead Abdi Ibrahim was at the Deans Avenue mosque for Friday prayers when Brenton Tarrant struck in Christchurch, New Zealand

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