'Darkest day': how the press reacted to the Christchurch shootings

'Darkest day': how the press reacted to the Christchurch shootings
 

The massacre of at least 49 people in a terror attack in New Zealand has dominated newspaper front pages across the globe. Here is how they covered it.
New Zealand The country’s media has marked the gun massacre at two mosques in Christchurch as “one of darkest days” in the country’s history.
The Press, Christchurch’s most prominent newspaper – and one of the largest circulation papers in New Zealand – has a striking front page, showing survivors and declaring the attack to have brought about the “end of innocence”. It is a common theme among domestic papers.
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