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this is a haka being performed outside the honor mosque in Christchurch forty one people were killed here in Friday's attack and the emotional Maori war dance paid tribute to those lost as mourners silently stood by the data , two days after its deadliest peace time mass killing New Zealand is still reeling the death toll continues to rise Sunday with police discovering another body at one of the mosques as of last night we were able to , take all of the victims from both of those states and in doing so we have located I fear the victim and at Christ Church hospital more than a dozen people are still in critical condition including a child the horror %HESITATION stoned %HESITATION angah close the woods that I've sort of had %HESITATION related to me this call prime minister Justin are during increased mourners at a mosque in Wellington on Sunday and laid a floral tribute for the shooting victims she's described the attack as an act of terror this is not , Australian Brinton Terence a suspected white supremacist has been charged with murder , %HESITATION you are reminded without playing he did not have a criminal history and was not on any watch lists in New Zealand or Australia or turn says Terrence was a licensed gun owner who allegedly used five weapons including semi automatic weapons and two shot guns which had been modified undoubtedly New Zealanders will question how someone could have come to have been in position out of weakens all of this nature she told reporters on Saturday that new Zealand's gun laws would change and that she's considering a ban on semi automatic weapons , that is a challenge that put