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Helen Clark, former prime minister of New Zealand and gender equality champion, takes a selfie with attendees of the Women Deliver conference in Vancouver. Sonia Narang for NPR hide caption

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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern speaks to reporters at a news conference on Wednesday. She announced New Zealand and France will lead a global effort to end the use of social media as a tool to promote terrorism. Phil Walter/Getty Images hide caption

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New Zealand nurse Louisa Akavi, pictured here in an undated photo, was captured in Syria in 2013. Her name was kept secret until Sunday. International Committee of the Red Cross via AP hide caption

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Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand's prime minister, speaks during a news conference in Wellington, New Zealand, on March 21. New Zealand has banned military style semi-automatics and assault rifles and will establish a nationwide buyback of the weapons as a result of the terrorist attack on two mosques that left 50 people dead. Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Pictured here in 2018, the Crusader horsemen ride around the arena before the start of a Super Rugby semifinal match. The Crusaders announced Wednesday that the team will be considering a change to its name and branding following the Christchurch attacks on March 15. Mark Baker/AP hide caption

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New Zealand Police Minister Stuart Nash talks to reporters on Monday. The government has introduced a broad bill that would ban the types of weapons used in attacks at two mosques in March. Nick Perry/AP hide caption

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A mourner comforts John Milne (center), the father of 14-year-old Sayyad Milne, during the boy's funeral in Christchurch, New Zealand, on Thursday. Sayyad Milne was one of 50 people killed at two mosques last Friday. Marty Melville/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'My Heart Was Broken': Mourners In New Zealand Bury Victims Of Mosque Shootings

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Women wore headscarves as they gathered for the Muslim call to prayer in Hagley Park in Christchurch on Friday. The call was broadcast across New Zealand in memory of 50 people who were killed in attacks at two mosques last Friday. Marty Melville/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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People on Tuesday stand next to floral tributes placed across the road from the Al Noor Mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, where dozens of worshippers were gunned down last week. Marty Melville/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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

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People lay flowers at a memorial for the mosque attack victims on Sunday in Christchurch, New Zealand. Fiona Goodall/Getty Images hide caption

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'This Has Rocked Us To Our Knees:' Christchurch Mourns After Shooting

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A message card sits among a collection of flowers left at the Christchurch Botanic Gardens in New Zealand on Saturday. A 28-year-old white supremacist accused in the mass shootings at two mosques that left dozens of people dead stood silently before a judge on Saturday. Vincent Thian/AP hide caption

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A 'Mainstreaming Of Bigotry' As White Extremism Reveals Its Global Reach

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A man leads two young boys into Friday prayers as Muslim worshippers arrive for prayer following the mosque attacks in New Zealand at the Islamic Center of Washington in Washington. Joshua Roberts/Reuters hide caption

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