Suspected White Supremacist Brenton Tarrant Charged After Christchurch Mosque Shootings | HuffPost Canada

Flowers and a New Zealand national flag are seen at a memorial as tributes to victims of the mosque attacks near Linwood mosque in Christchurch New Zealand

Suspected White Supremacist Brenton Tarrant Charged After Christchurch Mosque Shootings | HuffPost Canada

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The statement added that a range of activities must be completed before names can be released publicly, "this includes next of kin notifications, which, in many cases, will have global aspects to them". He said he survived by played dead, but was desperate to know what happened to his friends who were there with him.

Tarrant did not apply for bail, and per ABC News reports, did not apply to have his name suppressed.

"He had a big gun.He came and started shooting everyone in the mosque, everywhere", said the man, Ahmad Al-Mahmoud.

She added none of the three people who were arrested had a criminal history in Australia or New Zealand and were not not on the police's watch-list in either country.

"The United States strongly condemns the attack in Christchurch".

Whether it was at her media conference in the immediate aftermath of the Christchurch mosque massacre on Friday or comforting the devastated Muslim community in the shaken city yesterday, the 38-year-old leader has displayed the right balance of strength and compassion in the aftermath of the atrocity that killed 49 and injured 39 more.

Families of victims described a long first night of waiting for information at Christchurch Hospital and Hagley College, where a community center has been set up.

Kai Schwoerer via Getty ImagesNew Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern speaks to the media on Saturday.

A Jordanian man says his 4-year-old niece is fighting for her life after being wounded in the New Zealand mosque shootings.

Tarrant is expected to face additional charges and two others are in custody.

In a video filmed from his hospital bed Alsati asked people to "please pray for me and my daughter", who has been flown to Auckland for treatment.

Tarrant posted a manifesto online before the attack, suggesting a racially-motivated act of terrorism.

'Those decisions have yet to be taken, ' he told Radio New Zealand.

Alsati reportedly moved to New Zealand from Jordan in 2014.

"My warmest sympathy and best wishes goes out to the people of New Zealand after the disgusting massacre in the Mosques", he tweeted.

Ardern said Tarrant was a licensed gun owner who allegedly used five weapons, including two semi-automatic weapons and two shotguns, which had been modified.

It is understood that the killers of the terror attacks have legitimate gun license. Police say that this person was a member of the public armed with a gun with the intention of assisting officers.

Aziz said: "He gets into his auto and I just got the gun and threw it on his window like an arrow and blasted his window". Neighboring Australia has virtually banned semi-automatic rifles from private ownership since a lone gunman killed 35 people with assault rifles in 1996.

Another of Daoud's sons, Yama, was on the way to the mosque - to make up with his father after a small falling out - when he bumped into a friend outside who told him "your father saved my life".

Pence also affirmed US cooperation in ensuring all the perpetrators were brought to justice.

Tarrant was not known to the authorities, Bush said, and had no previous convictions.

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