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17 March 2019, 11:40 | Devin Moran
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Wearing a white prison suit, Tarrant appeared handcuffed and barefoot.
The bodies of some of the victims in New Zealand's mosque shootings will be released on Sunday to loved ones for burial, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardernsaid, as the death toll rose to 50 when police found another body.
Tarrant was also purportedly inspired to commit the mosque shootings by Norwegian far-right terrorist Anders Breivik, who killed 77 people in Oslo in 2011. The camera attached to his head recording the massacre follows the barrel of his weapon, like some macabre video game.
It was "reasonable to assume" Tarrant would face further murder charges, Judge Kellar said. Ardern said police would be posted at all mosques while they are open. No images have emerged from there.
Ms Ardern told reporters a copy of the document was emailed to her office nine minutes before the mosque attacks began.
The prime minister that he would be charged and tried in New Zealand. There was no reason for anyone to purchase them besides "looking cool", said Rick, who hunts deer.
"Just around the entrance door there were elderly people sitting there praying and he just started shooting at them", Mazharuddin told Sky. A couple apprehended at a cordon for carrying firearms not believe to be involved in the attacks, Bush said.
Tarrant did not have a criminal history and was not on any watchlists in New Zealand or Australia.
He said he survived by playing dead, but was desperate to know what happened to his friends who were there with him. Thirty- six people were still being treated on Saturday, 11 of whom remained in intensive care. One victim died in hospital. "People see a gun now and they freak out." says Anthony, who also condemned the attack.
When asked if Facebook should stop live-streaming, Ms Ardern said: "Certainly, I have had contact from Sheryl Sandberg".
"Hi guys how are you".
Dozens of people laid flowers at cordons near both mosques in Christchurch, which is still rebuilding after an natural disaster in 2011 killed nearly 200 people. She asserted that New Zealand "will not and can not be shaken" by this attack. Authorities were working to find out how he had obtained the weapons and a license, and how he was able to enter the country to carry out the attack, she said.
People gather at a vigil to mourn for the victims of the Christchurch mosque attack in New Zealand, at Washington Square Park in Manhattan, in New York City, New York, U.S. March 15, 2019.
Most of the victims of the attacks were immigrants from Pakistan, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Turkey, Somalia and Afghanistan.
New Zealanders have responded to the attacks with an outpouring of interfaith solidarity - crowdfunding millions of dollars, donating halal food and even offering to accompany local Muslims now scared to walk the streets.
"I'm not sure how to deal with this".
"This is not the New Zealand they know".
On a gloomy, grey Sunday at Gun City in Christchurch business is booming, with the large, warehouse-style shop humming with more than two dozen customers.
She said it did not provide details that could have been acted upon immediately.
Hagen Hopkins via Getty ImagesPrime Minister Jacinda Ardern speaks to media during a press conference at Parliament on Friday.
"I can confirm that the bodies of those who have died are beginning to be returned to their families from this evening", she said, adding that all were expected to be released by Wednesday, March 20.
Unlike the US, the right to own a firearm is not enshrined in New Zealand's constitution.
"Now is the time for change", Ardern argued. Story continues after video.
The violence has also shone a new light on gun control.
Leaders around the world expressed sorrow and disgust at the attacks, with some deploring the demonisation of Muslims. "My message was sympathy and love for all Muslim communities", she said she told him.
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Jordan's foreign ministry said three people from the Middle East country were killed in the attacks after a wounded man died. Global media were packed outside the court before the hearing, along with heavily armed police and security staff.
Death toll from NZ terror attack rises to 50
Armed police were deployed at several locations in all cities, unusual in a country that has had low levels of gun violence. The message, received less than 10 minutes before the attack on Friday, did not set out what was about to happen, he said.