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March 15, 2015, 13:07 | Updated: March 15, 2015, 15:44

Two mosques, including Al Nur Mosque in New Zealand's Christchurch, have been attacked. 40 people including two Bangladeshis were killed in the incident. Bangladesh national cricket team players have been saved for a little bit.

Tamim and Mushfiq were going to read Jumuja prayers at Central Mosque in Central Mosque in Christchurch. Only then was the attack in the mosque.

When Tamim entered the mosque, an unidentified woman came and warned them, 'It is not right to go inside you, there are gunfire inside the mosque.'

After hearing about that woman, the team members of the Bangladesh team went to the bus and fell on the floor. After leaving the bus, the players entered the dressing room at the Hagley Oval Stadium in Christchurch.

Bangladesh Cricket Board's (BCB) media committee chairman Jalal Yunus said, "The members of Bangladesh cricket team going to pray there were safe but they were mentally hurt. We have also told all the members of the party to stay at the hotel. '

Today a local terrorist strike happened on Friday afternoon. Witnesses said, "After a few minutes after the prayers began at 1:30 am local time, a gunman shot to the worshipers of Sijdah. The attackers ran away after breaking the window. '
                

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