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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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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern speaks to the parliament Tuesday as New Zealand considers new gun laws after the mass shooting in that stunned the country. Mark Tantrum/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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