It’s almost a cliché to say that 15 March, 2019 was a black day in New Zealand’s history; in fact arguably the blackest. In terms of fatalities, the country has experienced worse calamities – earthquakes, shipwrecks, volcanic eruptions, plane crashes – but the crucial and unique difference was that this one was deliberately initiated by a human.
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