Terror and Hope: New Zealand Reflects 6 Months After Christchurch Mosque Attacks
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Huzef Vohra is haunted by flashbacks. The roar of a motorcycle, a loud bang, a whistle-like snore — they catapult the civil engineer back to March 15, to the bottom of a pile of bodies in the corner of Al Noor Mosque. In the disoriented rush that followed a gunman opening fire there, Vohra, 21, charged toward an exit but was quickly caught in the stampede to escape, NBC News reports.

“People toppled on top of me,” he said. “I was trapped.” New Zealand Plans Further Restrictions to Gun Ownership...

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