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Editorial: Extremism knows no borders as white supremacy violently rears its head in New Zealand

There are more questions than answers at the moment after the horrific massacre of 49 people during Friday prayers at two New Zealand mosques, allegedly by a self-described "ethno-nationalist" who methodically planned the attacks, posted a 74-page manifesto online, purportedly explaining his motives, and then livestreamed himself as he mowed down the innocent.

We will, of course, be told that this was the work of a madman and, perhaps, some equally deranged accomplices - police are questioning three

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