The earth keeps rumbling: New Zealand is being hit by constant aftershocks. The tourist season has begun. Hundreds of visitors are stranded.
Thrust further into the spotlight after Christchurch's attack, Jacinda Ardern became New Zealand's prime minister by defying stigmas: walking barefoot, becoming a mother in office and pushing for mental health care.
Members of the Muslim community in Christchurch are expressing their grief over terror attacks targeting two mosques. Amid the fear were displays of solidarity, as Samantha Early reports.
Huge ski resorts, hotel complexes and noisy après-ski parties are the norm in many Alpine areas. Not in Berchtesgadener Land. The rural region missed out on many touristic developments. Now it's reaping the benefits.
Stand together as an ethnically diverse nation, New Zealand's human rights commissioner has urged after Christchurch's massacre. Mosques spokesman Mustafa Farouk says his community is "doubly shocked."
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