Aberdeen man living in New Zealand describes ‘horrific’ aftermath of Christchurch attack

Aberdeen man living in New Zealand describes ‘horrific’ aftermath of Christchurch attack

Aberdeen man living in New Zealand describes ‘horrific’ aftermath of Christchurch attack

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern awed American gun control advocates Friday night when she announced that her administration would promptly pursue changes to her country's gun laws following the shooting deaths of 49 people at two mosques in Christchurch-in stark contrast to the response of the USA government to similar attacks.

The Bulgarian government has also said it was looking into Tarrant, who apparently visited the country late past year, as well as having earlier travelled to other parts of the Balkans - including Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina. The visiting Bangladesh cricket team was arriving for prayers at one of the mosques when the shooting started but all members were safe, a team coach told Reuters.

There are now four individuals who have been apprehended, but three are connected to this attack who are now in custody, one of which has publicly stated that they were Australian-born. Stressing that India strongly condemns terrorism in all its forms and manifestations, PM Modi said, "Hatred and violence have no place in diverse and democratic societies".

The Metropolitan Police are trying to establish a motive for the incident in east London but witnesses reportedly claim the men shouted "Islamophobic" comments.

Twenty more people were critically injured in the atrocity, the deadliest in New Zealand's history in which a white supremacist embarked on a gun rampage which was broadcast to the world. "Take some ownership. Enough is enough".

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The Union flag was flown at halfmast above Buckingham Palace as The Queen sent her condolences to the people of New Zealand on behalf of Britain.

But I tell you, the events of the last 24 hours - it was over 20 years ago but it all comes back.

Politicians in Pakistan and India have also expressed their grief, and shared messages of support to families who may have lost their loved ones.

Our thoughts and our prayers are with those who have been impacted today.

"They were rural community cops I understand from Lincoln (a nearby town) who were present here. Kia Kaha [stay strong]".

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Christchurch A one-time gym trainer from rural Australia who became steeped in neo-fascist ideology during travels in Europe, Brenton Tarrant described himself as an "ordinary white man" - until he became anything but ordinary.

"I think we must be clear that the context of the gun laws between New Zealand and Australia are very different", Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Saturday.

Grainy video apparently shot from a passing auto shows the gunman's light-colored vehicle at the side of a busy road, rammed against the curb by a police auto and with one of its front wheels suspended in the air.

New Zealand Police Commissioner Mike Bush confirmed Tarrant was involved in both shootings but stopped short of saying he was the sole gunman. British mosques held a series of special services yesterday and prayed for "peace and compassion".

The Queen of England released a statement, as did President Donald Trump along with many other world leaders.

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