Published: Ср, Марта 20, 2019
Worldwide | By Myra Stephens

Jacinda Ardern delivers moving tribute to victims of Christchurch terror attack

Jacinda Ardern delivers moving tribute to victims of Christchurch terror attack

That and the online publication of a manifesto of his ideology, posted just before the shootings, has fueled concern that he intends to use the court as a platform to promote his extremist views, which is what far-right terrorist Anders Behring Breivik tried to do during his trial for the Norwegian attacks in 2011.

The group formed in 2017 in response to official pressure to do more to fight online extremism.

"A frank examination" of New Zealand's gun laws will mean "our gun laws will change", confirmed the PM - with the outcome due next week.

"He may have sought notoriety, but we in New Zealand will give him nothing, not even his name", she said.

He went on to criticize New Zealand and Australia for sending troops to Turkey in the World War I Gallipoli campaign, claiming their motive was anti-Islam-oriented.

Miss Ardern also recalled the heroism of people on the day of the attack. The date has yet to be determined, but it would not be this week, she said.

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On Tuesday it said that the gunman's video was viewed fewer than 200 times during the live broadcast, and about 4,000 times in total before it was removed.

Ardern also took time to tell address what the nation's government would be doing moving forward, saying the nation would remain on high alert with police presence at mosques around the country.

The social media giant said it had removed 1.5 million versions of the video in the first 24 hours, but Ardern expressed frustration that the gruesome footage was still circulating.

Many public vigils have been held across New Zealand over the weekend for the victims of the attacks, and more are planned for this week.

Ardern has been praised globally for reaching out to the local Muslim community following the horrific attack, which she has termed terrorism. Islamic tradition calls for bodies to be cleansed and buried as soon as possible. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said authorities hope to release all the bodies by Wednesday, and police have said authorities are working with pathologists and coroners to complete the task as soon as they can.

"We want to ensure the priorities for the coming days are that families get the opportunity to grieve together".

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After days of intense grieving for New Zealand's worst-ever mass shooting, attention began to turn to how the country's gun laws need to change and what warning signs might have been missed ahead of a gunman's attack on two mosques that killed 50 people.

Peters said Tarrant didn't tell him why he wanted to represent himself.

Following the mass shootings, Ardern announced that gun laws in New Zealand would be reformed in order to "make our community safer".

Brenton Harrison Tarrant dismissed his lawyer on Saturday.

"He sought many things from his act of terror, but one was notoriety", she told assembled lawmakers of the 28-year-old Australian accused of the slaughter.

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