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Mirror UK reported "Faces of New Zealand mosque terror attack victims as families pray for missing" on Saturday

[] The first victims of the deadliest mass shooting in New Zealand's history have been named while families pray for those still missing The shocking attack saw a gunman storm Al Noor Mosque slaughtering 41 worshippers before then travelling to nearby Linwood and murdering seven more The 71-year-old had attended Al Noor mosque when the gunman stormed in and opened fire The first victims of the terror attack on two mosques in Christchurch have been pictured and named - while dozens are still unaccounted for

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