Police Boost DC-Area Mosque Safety After New Zealand Attacks
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Law enforcement agencies in the D.C. area are increasing patrols and monitoring around mosques after a terrorist attack at two New Zealand houses of worship left dozens hurt and at least 49 people dead.

D.C. Police Chief Peter Newsham said there is no credible threat in the United States, but the force would take steps to ensure mosques and other houses of worship are safe. Get Breaking News Alerts With the NBC Washington App "One of the things we have to do is make our Muslim community, in...

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