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Sri Lanka blasts: Initial probe shows attacks were 'retaliation' for New Zealand mosque shootings, says Defence Minister Ruwan Wijewardene

Suicide bomb attacks in Sri Lanka killed more than 300 people on Easter Sunday. Fifty people were killed in shooting attacks on two mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch on 15 March
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'I am your mother now' - New Zealand mosque shootings hit tight-knit Bangladesh community hard

Most victims were migrants or refugees from countries including Pakistan, India, Malaysia, Syria, Turkey, Somalia and Afghanistan. 
Zee News - Published Also reported by •Reuters India

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Reuters images of March [Video]Reuters images of March

Images taken by Reuters photographers around the world in March 2019, including the New Zealand mosque shootings, Ethiopian Airlines crash, blackouts in Venezuela, Holi celebrations and the devastation..

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Alleged NZ gunman gave cash to Austrian far-right [Video]Alleged NZ gunman gave cash to Austrian far-right

Austria’s far-right Identitarian Movement received cash from the man charged with killing 50 people in mass shootings at mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said..

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Why White Nationalist Content Is So Easy to Find Online [Video]Why White Nationalist Content Is So Easy to Find Online

Tech companies learned how to crack down on ISIS and Al-Qaeda. They haven't been so successful with white nationalist and white supremacist content.

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New Zealand mosque shootings toll rises to 50, authorities to begin releasing bodies

The death toll in the New Zealand mosque shootings rose to 50 on Sunday after police found another victim at one of the mosques, and Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said bodies of those killed would..
Reuters India - Published

Student pilot, takeaway store owner among victims of New Zealand mosque shootings

An aircraft engineer, a takeaway store owner, a student pilot; details emerging of some of the 50 people gunned down at two New Zealand mosques paint a picture of dozens of ordinary lives suddenly and..
Reuters India - Published

Funerals begin for New Zealand mosque shootings victims, suspect to appear in court

New Zealand began to bury its dead on Saturday, a day after at least one gunman attacked worshippers in two mosques, killing 49 and injuring 42 others in what Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern called a..
Reuters India - Published Also reported by •Firstpost

Suspected white supremacist charged with murder after New Zealand mosque shootings

By Charlotte Greenfield and Praveen Menon CHRISTCHURCH/WELLINGTON, New Zealand (Reuters) - Australian Brenton Harrison Tarrant, 28, a suspected white supremacist, was charged with murder on Saturday..
Firstpost - Published Also reported by •Reuters India

New Zealand mosque shootings: Kin of non-resident Gujaratis clueless about loved ones' whereabouts

Relatives claimed that even the authorities in New Zealand appeared clueless about their loved ones' whereabouts, or they were not revealing anything for some reason
Firstpost - Published

Two Indians among those killed in New Zealand mosque shootings


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New Zealand mosque shootings: Indian national Farhaj Ahsan, earlier reported missing, confirmed dead

Farhaj Ahsan originally hailed from Tolichowki in Hyderabad and was an MS graduate from the University of Auckland at New Zealand.
Firstpost - Published

'Want to celebrate their lives': Author Khaled Beydoun pays Twitter tribute to victims of New Zealand mosque shootings

Following a shooting at a mosque in New Zealand's Christchurch, in which 49 Muslims were killed, a Detroit-based Twitter user named Khaled Beydoun started a thread on Twitter to commemorate the..
Firstpost - Published

Bangladesh cricket team leave a changed New Zealand after mosque shootings

Bangladesh's cricket team left New Zealand on Saturday, less than 24 hours after narrowly avoiding being involved in the worst mass shooting in the country, which now had to accept that sporting events..
Reuters India - Published

New Zealand mosque shootings: Extremist gunman flashes grin in courtroom after being charged with murder; remanded till 5 April

A right-wing extremist who filmed himself on a rampage that left 49 mosque-goers dead flashed a white power sign as he appeared in a New Zealand court on Saturday charged with murder.
Firstpost - Published

Daily Bulletin: 9 Indians missing since New Zealand mosque shootings; BJP to announce first list of candidates; day's top stories

Today's top stories: Nine Indians have been reported missing since the New Zealand mosque shootings; BJP, BSP and YSRCP are set to announce their first list of candidates; India will host the FIFA U-17..
Firstpost - Published

Corrected: U.S. ready to help New Zealand after mosque shootings, Trump tells prime minister

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - (This story has been refilled to insert dropped word 'as' in paragraph 5) U.S. President Donald Trump said he told New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in a phone call on..
Firstpost - Published

World reacts with sadness, anger to New Zealand mosque shootings

LONDON (Reuters) - Leaders and organizations around the world expressed disgust and sorrow at the killing of 49 people in shootings at two New Zealand mosques on Friday, attacks that many blamed on the..
Firstpost - Published Also reported by •Reuters India

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