U.N. chief calls for better work in fighting Islamophobia after New Zealand attack
Friday, 15 March 2019 () United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres is appalled by Friday's attack on two New Zealand mosques and sees an urgent need to work better globally to tackle Islamophobia, his spokesman said.
According to CNN, New Zealand's Prime Minister will return to Christchurch to mourn with families as they prepare to bury the dead following a terror attack. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will head to..
In a speech to the House of Commons days after the terrorist attack in New Zealand, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called on fellow MPs to confront hate and toxic rhetoric, whether they see it online,..
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There are always calls for the Muslim community to condemn attacks linked to extremists of their faith. So why aren't white people asked to condemn terror acts by white supremacists? This video, "Why..
Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney joins Margaret Brennan to discuss President Trump's response to the massacre in New Zealand and the president's... CBS News Also reported by •Reuters India •Reuters