New Zealand prime minister attends memorial service for 2011 earthquake

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern commemorated the earthquake that killed 185 people.
3:00 | 02/26/18

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Today we not ceding youth. In the debris pretty sickening it's like and the trade loss of a 195. Lines. It struck me as I said in the front runner here and listens. Two dollars and nine cent the most important cut of this ceremony in San events is that reading. All of its ninth. A short moment in time. It reprieve the infant signifies. An entire life. And I lost future. If it's time tour freaks. And remain there their loved ones you lost. And the lives I leaned. But who signed a joy to thankful.

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