In the wake of the New Zealand mosque shootings Australia brings in tough new laws on social media companies.
Austrian far-right activist Martin Sellner was planning to marry his American girlfriend, but had his ESTA visa waiver cancelled
The ceremony took place in Hagley Park near the Al Noor mosque, where most of the 50 people were killed in a twin attack by a lone gunman.
Dramatic footage showed a traffic bridge being washed away as a heavy storm lashed New Zealand's West Coast on Tuesday (March 26).
Austrian Chancellor Sebastien Kurz has confirmed financial links have been discovered between the New Zealand mosques gunman and the far-right Identitarian Movement in Austria
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has set up a royal commission to investigate the attack on two mosques in the city of Christchurch.
Dubai honours New Zealand prime minister's response to last week's mass shootings by projecting her picture on Burj Khalifa.
We speak with senior member of the Consultative Council of the Islamic Circle of Australia and New Zealand Tamjid Aijazi in Auckland.
At least 5,000 people stood quietly at Hagley Park in front of the Al Noor mosque.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said, “New Zealand mourns with you, we are one.”
Worshipers in Christchurch attended a multi-faith memorial service on Thursday (March 21) held for those killed in gun attacks on two mosques during Friday (March 15) prayers.
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School pupils and bikers have been among those gathering to perform the traditional Maori dance in tribute to the 50 victims of Friday's mosque shootings.
Teenagers at a secondary school in Christchurch performed a haka — a ceremonial dance or challenge in Māori culture — in tribute to the victims of the New Zealand mosque shootings.
Following the attacks in New Zealand that left 50 dead, members of the media take a look at how crisis reporting could be improved.
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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says details of reforms to New Zealand's gun laws will be announced within 10 days of Friday's mosque attacks in Christchurch.
New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said her office received the shooter's "manifesto" minutes before the attack.
Some of the victims of the New Zealand mosque shootings have started to be identified by government officials.
Bulgarian officials confirmed the man arrested in connection to Friday's massacre in New Zealand had visited the eastern European country last year.
Officials in Bulgaria said the man arrested in connection to Friday's shootings visited the country last year.
An emotional Haka was performed on Saturday outside the Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, where 41 died in Friday's attack on two of the city's mosques.
Abdul Aziz, 48, didn't run or hide when the Christchurch shooter approached the Linwood mosque where he was praying with his sons. Instead, he went out and faced him.
New Zealanders were not the only ones paying tribute to the victims of Friday's mosque shootings. Social media was also overflowing with messages of solidarity for the country.
Before live streaming the shooting in two New Zealand mosques on Facebook, the suspect published an apparent manifesto in which he called immigrants “invaders” and cited “white genocide” as his motivation for the attack.
An applicant for a firearm licence must pass a background check which considers criminal, mental health, medical, addiction and domestic violence records. In 2017 43,509 who people applied for firearms licences, 43,321 were granted them.
Video filmed on a mobile phone showed one person being detained after the fatal shootings at two mosques in New Zealand.