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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, right, is congratulated by her partner Clarke Gayford following her victory speech to Labour Party members at an event in Auckland, New Zealand on Saturday. Mark Baker/AP hide caption

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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern arrives for a press conference Friday in Wellington. A new coronavirus outbreak has grown to 30 cases, and Ardern predicts of the cluster, "It will grow before it slows." Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images hide caption

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Some Countries Have Brought New Cases Down To Nearly Zero. How Did They Do It?

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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says her government is creating a national gun registry "to prevent firearms from reaching the hands of criminals." She announced the new plan alongside Police Minister Stuart Nash. Tessa Burrows/Getty Images 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 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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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced Thursday that the New Zealand government will ban military style semi-automatic weapons in response to the mosque attacks last week that killed 50 people. Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images hide caption

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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and partner Clarke Gayford pose with their baby daughter Neve Gayford at their home on Thursday in Auckland, New Zealand. Handout/Office of the Prime Minister of New Zealand hide caption

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Jacinda Ardern will be the next prime minister of New Zealand. Ardern, who has led the Labour Party for less than three months, spoke at a press conference Thursday at Parliament in Wellington after a coalition government was formed. Marty Melville/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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