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Students and members of the public walk in the March for Love following last week's mosque attacks in Christchurch, New Zealand, on Saturday.

New Zealand marches for love

Men, women and children walked to show solidarity with victims and survivors of the mosque attack

By AP in Christchurch
  • Published 23.03.19, 2:47 PM
  • Updated 23.03.19, 2:47 PM
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Students and members of the public hold hands during a minute's silence ahead of the March for Love following last week's mosque attacks in Christchurch, New Zealand, on Saturday.
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A young Muslim woman wipes tears from her face during the March for Love in Hagley Park.
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Mustafa Boztas, a survivor of last week's mosque shootings, attends the March for Love event in Hagley Park.
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Chirstchurch residents have a heartfelt message for the victims and survivors.
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A woman hugs a boy at the March for Love gathering.
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A woman carries her child as she marches in Christchurch on Saturday.
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