Tag: Christchurch shooting
The Christchurch shooting is now a subject of great debate in New Zealand more so since an Iranian born lawmaker is provided security after receiving threats by white supremacists.
Footage of the horrifying massacre, in which 50 people were killed, was live-streamed and quickly spread around the internet in the hours after the attack.
The terrorist will face 50 charges and the March 15 attack was the country's worse lone shooting.
Both cricket boards agreed proceeding with the April tour would be insensitive and inappropriate.
New Zealand foreign minister Peters reassures safety of Muslims in the country.
In the first 20 hours after the ban took effect, nearly 500 people had called a special hotline set up by police for people to arrange the gun hand-ins.
We pride ourselves on being civilised, yet the biggest tragedy is that we are not civilised enough to stop killing each other over race and religion.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan used videotaped snippets from the Christchurch massacre to galvanise his pious, conservative base ahead of local elections.
US President Donald Trump has condemned the Christchurch massacre as a 'vicious act of hate' but also said that he does not see rising white nationalism as a threat.
Brenton Tarrant's murderous rampage through Christchurch was halted by the sheer bravery of a few individuals.
Naeem Rashid is believed to have attempted to stop the gunman before being shot dead.
As a service outage, executive departures and a criminal probe damages Facebook's reputation, the Facebook video of the Christchurch massacre fuels further criticism of the company.
Taxi driver Abdul Kadir Ababora says he believed his death was imminent as he took cover beneath a bookshelf.
The amount of hate that goes on in social media sometimes outweighs the good, the AirAsia boss says in a Twitter post.