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New Zealand / Terrorism Attacks #1135826

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 17, 2019
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(New Zealand: Miguel Almaguer) The stories from the terrorism shooting attack by Brenton Tarrant on two mosques in New Zealand featured; scenes shown from Christchurch of the memorial to the victims. [SURVIVOR - talks about his father.] [Survivor Abdul AZIZ††- describes what happened with the gunman.] [Tarrant's GRANDMOTHER - comments.] [Prime Minister Jacinda ANDERN†- speaks about gun laws.] [In the hospital, wounded MAN - comments.]

(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Morgan Chesky) Questions about social media outlets, like YouTube & Facebook, becoming platforms for terrorism like the attacks in New Zealand examined; details given about their actions after the live streaming from New Zealand. [Counter Extremism Project CEO Mark WALLACE†- says have to have the willingness to stop it.] Facebook's Mia Garlick about stopping unloads quoted. [Senator Pat TOOMEY†- reacts.]

Snow, Kate;
Almaguer, Miguel;
Chesky, Morgan

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