Sunday, 17 March 2019 () After the New Zealand attack, there is a surge of interfaith support for U.S. Muslims. Churches, synagogues and other houses of worship are trying to help mosque-goers feel less afraid.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said that she will not use the name of the gunman who killed 50 people last week in an attack on two mosques. Ardern referred to the gunman’s motives, saying that in part he wanted notoriety, something she said she will not give him and has urged others in...
The terror attack on a mosque in Christchurch may have occurred thousands of miles away, but Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made sure to honor the 50 victims of the tragedy on Tuesday by visiting New..
Prince Harry and Meghan made an unannounced visit to the New Zealand High Commission in central London on Tuesday to pay their respects to the victims of the attack on two mosques in Christchurch. The..
New Zealand Foreign Minister Winston Peters told a press conference on Monday, March 18 that the Turkish president’s decision to screen footage from the... Eurasia Review Also reported by •Seattle Times •CBC.ca •Reuters •Reuters India •Firstpost
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... Reuters India Also reported by •Firstpost •Mashable