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Australian media broadcast footage from Christchurch shootings despite police warnings

Australian media broadcast footage from Christchurch shootings despite police warnings

New Zealand Terror Attack: 40 Dead In Christchurch Mosque Shootings, Says NZ PM Jacinda Ardern.

"Patrols will be held around religious sites", Castaner said on his official Twitter account.

In addition, police are aware of a video shared online, and broadcast live during the attack, that purports to show a gunman walking into an unnamed mosque and opening fire.

France is home to the largest Muslim minority population in Western Europe and suffered deadly Islamist militant attacks in 2015 and 2016.

When asked why they weren't on any lists, Ardern said: "It's an indication they had not acted in a way that warranted it". In all, a total of 49 people were killed.

The situation is still unfolding but our thoughts and prayers are with our Kiwi cousins.
"I condemn the violent, extremist, right-wing terrorist attack that has stolen the lives of so many innocent New Zealanders as they went about their peaceful practice of worship at their mosques in Christchurch today".

AFP analysed a copy of the Facebook Live video, which shows a clean-shaven, Caucasian man with short hair driving to the Masjid al Noor mosque in central Christchurch, then shooting as he enters the building.

The police commissioner warned anybody who was thinking of going to a mosque anywhere in New Zealand on Friday to stay put.

He said that he had a friend in another mosque in the area had told him a gunman had opened fire there as well and five people were dead.

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The Prime Minister of New Zealand has confirmed 49 people were killed in 2 coordinated terrorist attacks in New Zealand.

Australian prime minister Scott Morrison said one of the suspects in the "rightwing extremist attack" was an Australian-born citizen.

He describes himself as "a private and mostly introverted person" and admits he is racist, adding that he is an "Eco-fascist by nature". He said he and others escaped by breaking through a glass door. "At that moment, I realised it was really serious", the man said. "Two explosive devices attached to suspects' vehicles have been found and they have been disarmed".

Home to almost 400,000 people, Christchurch is the largest city on New Zealand's South Island. The singer bellows, "I am the god of hellfire!" and the gunman drives off before police even arrive.

The second attack took place at the Linwood mosque about 5 kilometers (3 miles) away. "It must have been an automatic - no one could pull a trigger that quick", the man, who did not wish to be named, told AFP.

"Just heard news of the devastating reports from Christchurch, New Zealand".

His manifesto was a welter of often politically contradictory views, touching on numerous most combustible issues of the day, among them the Second Amendment right to own guns, Muslim immigration, terrorist attacks and the wealthiest 1 percent.

The gunman said he was not a member of any organization, acted alone and chose New Zealand to show that even the most remote parts of the world are not free of "mass immigration". Ardern, whose party campaigned on the promise of raising the intake of refugees, called the planned increase "the right thing to do". Sometimes called the garden city, it has been rebuilding since an natural disaster in 2011 killed 185 people and destroyed many downtown buildings.

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