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A police official hugs a relative after the burial of a victim in the mass shootings last week at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, New Zealand, Friday, March 22, 2019. (AP Photo/Vincent Thian), APTOPIX
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Mourners carry a body at Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, New Zealand, Friday, March 22, 2019. Funerals continued following the Friday, March 15 mosque attacks where 50 worshippers were killed by a white supremacist. (AP Photo/Mark Baker), APTOPIX
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Mourners embrace following a burial ceremony at Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, New Zealand, Friday, March 22, 2019. Funerals continued following the Friday, March 15 mosque attacks where 50 worshippers were killed by a white supremacist. (AP Photo/Mark Baker), APTOPIX
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Mourners arrive for a burial service of a victim from the March 15 mosque shootings at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, New Zealand, Thursday, March 21, 2019. (AP Photo/Vincent Thian), APTOPIX
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Mourners arrive for a burial service of a victim from the March 15 mosque shootings at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, New Zealand, Thursday, March 21, 2019. (AP Photo/Vincent Thian), APTOPIX
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TOPSHOT - Mourners carry the coffin of a victim killed in the March 15 twin mosque massacre during a funeral at the Memorial Park cemetery in Christchurch on March 20, 2019. - Hundreds of mourners gathered in a Christchurch cemetery on March 20 for the first funerals of those killed in the twin mosque massacre as New Zealanders braced for days of emotional farewells following the mass slayings. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Mourners carry the first coffins of victims killed in the March 15 twin mosque massacre during a funeral at the Memorial Park cemetery in Christchurch on March 20, 2019. - Hundreds of mourners gathered in a Christchurch cemetery on March 20 for the first funerals of those killed in the twin mosque massacre as New Zealanders braced for days of emotional farewells following the mass slayings. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Mourners proceed with the coffin of a shooting victim, slain by an Australian white supremacist gunman who went on a killing spree at two mosques, at the Memorial Park cemetery in Christchurch on March 20, 2019. - A Syrian refugee and his son were buried in New Zealand on March 20 in the first funerals for those killed in the twin mosque massacre as Kiwis braced for days of emotional farewells following the mass slayings. (Photo by Marty MELVILLE / AFP)
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Mourners react during a burial for a victim of the March 15 mosque shootings at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, New Zealand, Wednesday, March 20, 2019. (AP Photo/Mark Baker)
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Zaed Mustafa, in wheelchair, brother of Hamza and son of Khalid Mustafa killed in the Friday March 15 mosque shootings reacts during the burial at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, New Zealand, Wednesday, March 20, 2019. (AP Photo/Mark Baker)
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Mourners carry the body of a victim of the Friday March 15 mosque shootings for a burial at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, New Zealand, Wednesday, March 20, 2019. (AP Photo/Mark Baker)
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A hearse arrives with the body of a victim of Friday March 15 mosque shootings for burial at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, New Zealand, Wednesday, March 20, 2019. (AP Photo/Mark Baker)
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A worker carries a coffin away from the grave site of a victim in the Friday, March 15, mosque shootings for burial at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, New Zealand, Wednesday, March 20, 2019. (AP Photo/Mark Baker)
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Mourners carry the first coffin of the Christchurch mosques massacre victim at Memorial Park Cemetery during the funeral ceremony in Christchurch on March 20, 2019. - As the first bodies of the Christchurch mosque shooting victims were returned to grieving families, Muslim volunteers from across New Zealand and Australia descended on the small town to help in the burial process. Islamic custom dictates that people have to be buried as soon as possible, but the scale and devastation of March 15's massacre -- that saw 50 killed in the usually quiet southern New Zealand city -- has delayed the handover of bodies to next of kin. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP)
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Mourners carry the coffins of the Christchurch mosques massacre victims at Memorial Park Cemetery during the funeral ceremony in Christchurch on March 20, 2019. - As the first bodies of the Christchurch mosque shooting victims were returned to grieving families, Muslim volunteers from across New Zealand and Australia descended on the small town to help in the burial process. Islamic custom dictates that people have to be buried as soon as possible, but the scale and devastation of March 15's massacre -- that saw 50 killed in the usually quiet southern New Zealand city -- has delayed the handover of bodies to next of kin. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP)
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Mourners carry the first coffins of victims killed in the March 15 twin mosque massacre during a funeral at the Memorial Park cemetery in Christchurch on March 20, 2019. - Hundreds of mourners gathered in a Christchurch cemetery on March 20 for the first funerals of those killed in the twin mosque massacre as New Zealanders braced for days of emotional farewells following the mass slayings. (Photo by WILLIAM WEST / AFP)
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Mourners offer funeral prayers for Khalid Mustafa and his son Hamza Mustafa, slain by an Australian white supremacist gunman who shot down 50 Muslims at two mosques, at the Memorial Park cemetery in Christchurch on March 20, 2019. - A Syrian refugee and his son were buried in New Zealand on March 20 in the first funerals for those killed in the twin mosque massacre as Kiwis braced for days of emotional farewells following the mass slayings. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP)
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Mourners carry the coffins of Khalid Mustafa and his son Hamza Mustafa, slain by an Australian white supremacist gunman who shot down 50 Muslims at two mosques, during a funeral at the Memorial Park cemetery in Christchurch on March 20, 2019. - A Syrian refugee and his son were buried in New Zealand on March 20 in the first funerals for those killed in the twin mosque massacre as Kiwis braced for days of emotional farewells following the mass slayings. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP)
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An armed policeman keeps watch as mourners arrive at Memorial Park cemetery to attend the funerals for victims killed in the March 15 twin mosque massacre, in Christchurch on March 20, 2019. - A Syrian refugee and his son were buried in New Zealand on March 20 in the first funerals for those killed in the twin mosque massacre as Kiwis braced for days of emotional farewells following the mass slayings. (Photo by William WEST / AFP)
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A mourner on wheelchair leaves Memorial Park cemetery after attending a funeral for victims killed in the March 15 twin mosque massacre, in Christchurch on March 20, 2019. - A Syrian refugee and his son were buried in New Zealand on March 20 in the first funerals for those killed in the twin mosque massacre as Kiwis braced for days of emotional farewells following the mass slayings. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP)
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Mourners proceed with the coffin of a shooting victim, slain by an Australian white supremacist gunman who went on a killing spree at two mosques, at the Memorial Park cemetery in Christchurch on March 20, 2019. - A Syrian refugee and his son were buried in New Zealand on March 20 in the first funerals for those killed in the twin mosque massacre as Kiwis braced for days of emotional farewells following the mass slayings. (Photo by Marty MELVILLE / AFP)
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Mourners proceed with the coffin of a shooting victim, slain by an Australian white supremacist gunman who went on a killing spree at two mosques, at the Memorial Park cemetery in Christchurch on March 20, 2019. - A Syrian refugee and his son were buried in New Zealand on March 20 in the first funerals for those killed in the twin mosque massacre as Kiwis braced for days of emotional farewells following the mass slayings. (Photo by Marty MELVILLE / AFP)
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People gather at the burial ground where funerals for victims are set to take place, on March 20, 2019, in Christchurch, five days after the mass shooting attacks at two mosques that killed 50 Muslim worshippers in the city. - As the first bodies of the Christchurch mosque shooting victims were returned to grieving families, Muslim volunteers from across New Zealand and Australia descended on the small town to help in the burial process. Islamic custom dictates that people have to be buried as soon as possible, but the scale and devastation of March 15's massacre -- that saw 50 killed in the usually quiet southern New Zealand city -- has delayed the handover of bodies to next of kin. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP)
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