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USA Today reported "World reacts to mosque shooting in New Zealand" on Saturday

[] Fiona Goodall, Getty Images Gregory Glaros of Arlington, VA stands outside of the Islamic Center of DC showing support following the news of New Zealand mosque shootings on March 15, 2019 You may also want to view these photo galleries: Replay At least 49 people were killed in mass shootings at two mosques full of worshippers attending Friday prayers.

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The New Zealand mosque shooting is just the latest in a trend of violence against houses of worship In an analysis, the center found that in 2016, 27% of the world’s countries had high or very high levels of social hostility involving religion It is clear that the understanding that the murderer … represented has rapidly started to take over Western communities like a cancer, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday

New Zealand PM says 'gun laws will change' after mosque shooting The suspected gunman got a category A firearms license in 2017, and began stockpiling weapons legally at that point, Ardern told reporters on Saturday Anyone the police consider to be fit and proper can get a firearms license – provided they pass a background check involving criminal and medical records

World leaders saddened by New Zealand shooting U.S President Donald Trump conveyed his ‘‘warmest sympathy and best wishes to the people of New Zealand after the horrible massacre in the mosques Imran Khan, the Prime Minister of Pakistan, has also expressed his shock and condemned the attack ‘‘This reaffirms what we have always maintained that terrorism does not have a religion A man in his late 20’s is in custody and charged with murder

World reacts with sadness, anger to New Zealand mosque shootings I guess if you look at what happened in New Zealand perhaps that’s a case, I don’t know enough about it yet People lay flowers outside New Zealand House, following Christchurch mosque attack in New Zealand, in London, Britain March 15, 2019 Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles

Trump says he does not see white nationalism rising after New Zealand mosque shooting Olivier Douliery | Bloomberg | Getty Images President Donald Trump speaks to members of the media on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, D.C President Donald Trump said on Friday he does not see a rise in white nationalism but it may be an issue in New Zealand, where a gunman who is believed to espouse those views killed 49 people at two mosques Asked by a reporter if he sees an increase in white nationalism, Trump said: I don't really

World leaders saddened by New Zealand shooting U.S President Donald Trump conveyed his ‘‘warmest sympathy and best wishes to the people of New Zealand after the horrible massacre in the mosques Imran Khan, the Prime Minister of Pakistan, has also expressed his shock and condemned the attack ‘‘This reaffirms what we have always maintained that terrorism does not have a religion A man in his late 20’s is in custody and charged with murder

First victim of New Zealand mosque shooting identified An ambulance carries a wounded person following attacks on two mosques in Christchurch (Image: Getty Images) At least 49 people have been confirmed dead by New Zealand authorities after the country's worst ever mass shooting unfolded at two mosques in Christchurch

World reacts with sadness and anger to New Zealand mosque attacks Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said an Australian national arrested after the attack was an extremist, right-wing violent terrorist Britain’s Queen Elizabeth, who is New Zealand’s head of state, said she was deeply saddened by the appalling events Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles

Christchurch mosque shooting - Does New Zealand have the death penalty? A DEADLY shooting at two mosques in New Zealand left 49 people dead Officers responded to reports of shots fired in central Christchurch at about 1.40pm local time (12.40am GMT), and urged people in the area to stay indoors The last execution that took place in the country was on February 18 1957 the most known executions take place in China, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Pakistan, citing 2017 records

Christchurch mosque shooting - What are New Zealand's gun laws? MUSLIM worshippers were gunned down at two mosques after at least one terrorist went on a shooting spree in New Zealand AP:Associated Press 2 Police stand outside a mosque in Linwood, Christchurch, New Zealand How did the Christchurch shooting unfold This equates to around one in three people owning a gun

Rifles used in New Zealand mosque shooting bore white supremacist references Mark Baker, AP Fullscreen People wait outside a mosque in central Christchurch, New Zealand The name Charles Martel, who the Southern Poverty Law Center says white supremacists credit with saving Europe by defeating an invading Muslim force at the Battle of Tours in 734, was also on the weapons

American Muslims bereaved and unsettled by shooting in New Zealand mosque Over the past three years, since President Trump campaigned on the promise to ban some Muslims from entering the country and then enacted a court-challenged travel ban that bars people from some majority-Muslim countries, many have grown increasingly concerned

Trump leads condemnation of New Zealand mosque shooting – live 9.24am EDT09:24 Rob Porter, the former White House aide accused of physical abuse by two ex-wives, has an op-ed in today’s Wall Street Journal The North said Kim Jong Un (gihm jung oon) will decide soon whether to continue the talks aimed at getting him to give up his nuclear weapons in exchange for sanctions relief

World saddened and angered by New Zealand mosque attacks Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said an Australian national arrested after the attack was an extremist, right-wing violent terrorist Britain’s Queen Elizabeth, who is New Zealand’s head of state, said she was deeply saddened by the appalling events Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles

Donald Trump, White House condemn New Zealand mosque shooting in Christchurch I can tell you I have the support of the police, the support of the military, the support of the Bikers for Trump – I have the tough people, but they don’t play it tough until they go to a certain point, and then it would be very bad, very bad, Trump told the Breitbart website

New Zealand shooting: Imran Khan blames ‘post 9/11 Islamophobia’ for mosque terror attack The attacker is believed to have live streamed at least one of his attacks on Facebook, showing people cowering on the mosque’s floor Prime minister Jacinda Ardern called it 'one of New Zealand's darkest days' (Image: Getty) Police have cordoned off areas around the mosques after the dealy shootings (Image: Getty)

World reacts with disgust at New Zealand mosque attacks Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said an Australian national arrested after the attack was an extremist, right-wing violent terrorist A city of about 400,000 people, Christchurch has a small Islamic community, including overseas students Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles

New Zealand mosque shootings kill 49 in what PM calls 'terrorist attack' - World New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern addresses media in Wellington, New Zealand, March 15, 2019 She told a press conference in Wellington that there were still 39 people in hospital, 11 of whom in critical conditions Tarrant was apprehended along with two other Australian men

New Zealand gang members unite in grief after deadly mosque shooting A gunman opened fire at the Deans Avenue and Linwood Avenue mosques, killing 49 people and leaving 40 in hospital New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern was among the mourners at Hagley College and consoled families still desperate for answers on their missing relatives Three others have been taken into police custody

Death toll of New Zealand mosque shooting rises to 50 - World Australian Brenton Harrison Tarrant, 28, a suspected white supremacist, was charged with murder on Saturday It is customary in Islam to bury the dead within the 24 hours But we are so aware of the cultural and religious needs, so we are doing that as quickly and sensitively as possible, Bush said Police with gloves and metal detectors combed the street and footpath

Abdul Aziz hailed as hero in Christchurch, New Zealand mosque shooting Aziz said as he ran outside screaming, he was hoping to distract the attacker Online videos indicate police officers managed to force the car from the road and drag out the suspect soon after And he believes that God, that Allah, didn’t think it was his time to die