New Zealand police say at least one gunman has killed 50 people and wounded dozens, 20 of them seriously, in twin attacks on mosques in the city of Christchurch. To date, one man has been charged with murder.
The funeral of father-and-son victims of the New Zealand mosque massacre has taken place. Authorities spent four days constructing a special grave at a Christchurch cemetery designated for Muslim burials.
In a special session at parliament, Jacinda Ardern pledged to deny the Christchurch attacker the notoriety he craved. She also heavily criticized the role of social media platforms in the tragedy.
For more than 17 minutes a gunman livestreamed the untold damage he inflicted on New Zealand's Muslim community. Here is how the deadly attack on two mosques in Christchurch unfolded.
Police have launched an investigation after mosques in the central city of Birmingham were targeted overnight. A counterterrorism unit is investigating.
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