One Christchurch shooting suspect is Australian: Australian PM Scott Morrison

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A vigil for the victims of the attack, organised by Turn To Love, a global anti-terrorism campaign, has been planned for outside New Zealand's embassy in London on Friday afternoon. "I just don't understand it". "People were so upset".

"Today, at mosques across Scotland and elsewhere, Muslims will attend Friday prayers".

When asked if police were looking for any other persons of interest related to the case, Bush responded that "we never assume that there aren't other people involved" but that "at this point we are not looking for any other persons".

He also posted photos of the military gear he wore in the attack and the magazines he used to mow down the innocent people. "So that's why we're asking everyone rather than doing that, if you can come together and cry on each other's shoulders, maybe the burden of grief might lessen a little bit".

Members of the touring Bangladesh cricket team were reportedly among those fleeing one of the mosques after their bus drove past the scene and was stopped by police.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said he is increasing police presence at mosques around the city, even though "there is no specific or credible threat at this time".

"This has been done deliberately to also demonise legitimate Muslim political struggles".

"We must unite against hate", the groups said in a news release Friday.

"The young guy who usually takes care of the mosque. he saw an opportunity and pounced on [the gunman] and took his gun", Mazharuddin told the New Zealand Herald. "We stand shoulder to shoulder with our brothers and sisters in New Zealand".

Forty nine people were killed and 48 were wounded in the attacks in Christchurch. "Hello brother" he said thinking that he is talking to a human with soul and feelings. "We need to stand in solidarity with all to condemn this heinous attack".

Kayyem also criticised the Trump administration for allegedly "failing" to call the incident "an attack on Muslims and on Islam", suggesting the failure to do so "minimises the harm and the pain that that community is suffering right now".

The Vancouver Police Department says it is not taking any extra precautions at this time, but that it will remain in close communication with local Muslim leaders to ensure the community feels safe and supported. "Not because I am Muslim, but because I am human".

In a brief statement on Twitter this morning, the prime minister said Canadians join New Zealanders and Muslim communities around the world in grieving. In a statement, he said: "My condolences to the families affected".

"Albertans stand with you - I stand with you - and our hearts embrace you", Notley said.

PC Robert Newton-Miller, of North Wales Police, said the force was placing officers at mosques, and had been in touch with imams. "Last night's victims were fathers, mothers, and children". Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has called the shooting an "unprecendented attack of violence". "New Zealand, like Australia, is home to people from all faiths, cultures and backgrounds". "We fiercely condemn Islamophobia in all its forms".

That said, the two countries are dramatically different in size, with New Zealand having a population of less than 4.8 million people while the USA has an estimated 327.2 million people, but the gun violence rates are notably different when looked at with comparitive sizes.

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