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2019-03-16T04:09:08.161Z
 A man threatened 'to knife' the Christchurch mosque shooter A man threatened 'to knife' the accused Christchurch mosque killer outside court on Saturday following a mass shooting Friday afternoon at Al Noor and Linwood Majid mosques. A grieving man threatened 'to knife' the accused Christchurch mosque shooter as the alleged gunman faced court today 7.30pm: Ms Ardern says 40 are dead and more than 20 are seriously injured but confirms the offender is in custody  National security threat level is lifted from low to high
2019-03-16T03:56:11.711Z
Police swarm suspected terrorist’s home in Dunedin Brenton Tarrant, 28, will appear in Christchurch District Court charged with murder on Saturday, after he stormed a mosque in Christchurch on Friday. They came to court because they desperately wanted closure 9pm: Death toll rises to 49 and Police Commissioner Bush reveals a man in his late 20s has been charged with murder 11.50pm: Investigation extends 240 miles to the south where homes are evacuated around a 'location of interest' in Dunedin
2019-03-16T03:56:10.199Z
Duterte's 'Crazy Women' Are Philippine Success Story Duterte disrespecting half his population hurts the nation’s soft power in the #MeToo era. It also sends a retrograde signal about his priorities. Philippine women are a notable success story. That success must be cultivated and empowered to take the nation to the next level. U.S. President Donald Trump shakes hands with Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte during a special gala celebration dinner for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in Manila on November 12, 2017 This region is home to many of the world’s most stubborn patriarchies
2019-03-16T03:52:17.849Z
Muslim students blame Chelsea Clinton for New Zealand mosques attack Clinton was attending the vigil at New York University on Friday when senior Leen Dweik began castigating her in an astonishing moment caught on video. A still from the broadcast is seen above He stood in the dock wearing handcuffs and a white prison smock, as the judge read a single murder charge against him 11.50pm: Investigation extends 240 miles to the south where homes are evacuated around a 'location of interest' in Dunedin
2019-03-16T03:47:54.021Z
U.S. and China clash over 'belt and road' in Afghan resolution UNITED NATIONS--The United States and China clashed Friday over Beijing's $1 trillion Under this framework, China and Afghanistan will continue to strengthen cooperation in various fields, promote economic and social development in the country and the integration of Afghanistan into regional development He expressed hope that in the next six months the U.N.'s most powerful body would be able to overcome its differences and adopt a resolution that also reflects on the peace process and the upcoming elections
2019-03-16T03:42:52.602Z
The Christchurch Attack Victims Include Fathers, Sons, Women, And Children Family members and friends of victims are pleading for information on social media, posting photos of loved ones they can no longer get a hold of. Mourners reacts as they pay their respects at a makeshift memorial outside Christchurch hospital Heba Sami told Gulf News that her father was shot in the back protecting her twin brothers from gunfire Sami told the outlet that many of her family's friends died in the shooting
2019-03-16T03:30:57.535Z
U.S. will block visas of ICC personnel investigating alleged abuses of American forces Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Friday the United States will restrict visas for any International Criminal Court personnel attempting to investigate alleged abuses by U.S. forces in Afghanistan. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Friday the United States will restrict visas for any International Criminal Court personnel attempting to investigate alleged abuses by U.S. forces in Afghanistan The International Criminal Court was created in 2002 to prosecute perpetrators of war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide
2019-03-16T03:25:28.549Z
Dissident group unrelated to CIA: WaPo pitches new version of N.Korea embassy break-in The Washington Post has reported, citing anonymous sources, that an obscure dissident group was behind a violent break-in into the North Korean embassy in Spain, defying reports in local media that the CIA was involved. The organization, Cheollima Civil Defense, did not claim its responsibility for the incident, despite being open about its less high-profile stunts, such as defacing the North Korean Embassy in Kuala Lumpur on Monday Share it with a friend! Trends: CIA newsNorth Korea news North Korea-US newsSpain newsUS news
2019-03-16T03:21:21.959Z
Yama was running late for prayers. His father died shielding another man Yama Nabi was running late to Friday prayers when he neared the mosque and saw that something was wrong. He parked his car and told his six-year-old daughter to wait. World Oceania Christchurch shooting Yama was running late for prayers Nabi started watching and re-watching the gunman's video until he found his father lying dead on his back We feel safe here because it's multicultural, we're accepted no matter who we are
2019-03-16T03:11:01.979Z
Dallas Zoo introduces baby gorilla to the public in endearing video The Dallas Zoo showed off the as-yet-unnamed baby Western lowland gorilla in an endearing video, posting it just one week after its 13-year-old mom, Megan, gave birth on March 7. The Dallas Zoo revealed the infant gorilla in a sweet video posted on Twitter Thursday The zoo said that it planned to reveal the gender and name of the infant gorilla soon The infant gorilla is the second gorilla to be born at the Dallas Zoo in 21 years  it's half-sister, Saambili, was born nine months ago  and is the first time that zoo workers have had to look after two baby gorillas at the same time in nearly 50 years
2019-03-16T03:09:37.011Z
Ben Quilty, a man of conviction The ascent of Ben Quilty - risk taker, campaigner and remarkable artist. Entertainment Art & design Ben Quilty, a man of conviction By John McDonaldMarch 15, 2019 11.45pm Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text size It's often said that having a lot of enemies must mean you're doing something right Relatively few of these works have made it into this exhibition, which is a shame, but there is a logic in the selection
2019-03-16T01:59:14.248Z
‘Let’s get this party started’: New Zealand gunman narrated his chilling rampage Police say the shooter who live-streamed the assault on one Christchurch mosque, killing more than 40, was a 28-year-old Australian they arrested Friday. (AP) By Steve Hendrix and Steve Hendrix Feature writer without portfolio based on Local Enterprise but filing for National, Foreign, Magazine and other sections Email Bio Follow Michael E So was a 71-old refu­gee who had survived decades of war in his native Afghanistan And a peaceful country had begun the long investigation into a brutally violent day
2019-03-16T01:55:24.975Z
Defying threats, Afghan singer Aryana comes home for women Each time Aryana Sayeed, one of Afghanistan's most famous singers, returns ... After the family’s asylum case was rejected, they hired a smuggler to get to London, and settled down Women have gained the right to work and girls can attend school since the Taliban government fell Dress-up like this can promote prostitution and seduction Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2019-03-16T01:25:09.818Z
PICTURED: The first confirmed victims of Christchurch mosque massacre The first victims of the Christchurch terror attack have been named, as dozens more remain missing - including a three-year-old boy. The first victims of the Christchurch terror attack have been named, as dozens more remain missing - including a three-year-old boy Authorities have confirmed at least 49 people were killed in the massacre and at least 40 were injured In a tragic twist, Mr Rashid's 21-year-old son, Talha, also lost his life during the mass shooting
2019-03-16T00:30:00.057Z
U.S. Places Sanctions on Russians Over Conflict in Ukraine The U.S. imposed sanctions on a number of Russian individuals and firms in response to a November attack off the coast of Crimea and the annexation of the Ukrainian peninsula five years ago. They are Gennadiy Medvedev, a deputy director of the Border Guard Service; Sergey Stankevich, head of the Border Directorate ; Andrey Shein, deputy head of the Border Directorate; and Ruslan Romashkin, head of the Service Command Point A message seeking comment from the Russian Embassy in Washington wasn’t immediately returned late Friday
2019-03-16T00:26:40.768Z
Boundless racism, zero remorse: A manifesto of hate and 49 dead in New Zealand Mass killer planned his attack for two years, immersing himself in Internet extremism. Breivik’s lawyer, Oeystein Storrvik, told Norway’s VG newspaper that his client, who is in prison, has very limited contacts with the surrounding world, so it seems very unlikely that he has had contact with the alleged New Zealand gunman Emily Wax-Thibodeaux, Craig Timberg, Julie Tate and Michelle Lee contributed to this report
2019-03-16T00:18:51.480Z