New Zealand: massacre in two mosques in Christchurch, Tarrant in the classroom makes the gesture of the supremacists - Oceania

Brenton Tarrant, the 28-year-old Australian white supremacist who shot in two mosques in Christchurch with a toll of at least 49 dead and 48 wounded, was sent back to custody on April 5. The man resumed the massacre in a live Facebook. On his miter also the name of Luca Traini, author of the attack against migrants in Macerata.

Court hearing for Brenton Harrison Tarrant, the 28-year-old Australian, charged with murder for the Christchurch mosque massacre. Tarrant, whose address was tracked down at Andersons Bay in Dunedin, appeared in custody at the district court in Christchurch. In white prisoner clothes, hands handcuffed and barefoot, he grinned when reporters photographed him in the courtroom, flanked by two police officers. The New Zealand Herald writes. Tarrant was remanded in custody, without recourse to the Christchurch High Court, on 5 April.

After joining the court, Brenton Tarrant, the 28-year-old Australian accused of the attack in the two mosques in Christchurch, made an 'ok' hand, a gesture used by white supremacists and racist trolls on the internet. This was revealed by the New Zealand Herald by publishing a photo. Meanwhile, after statements by New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on the intention to revise the arms legislation, Attorney General David Parker made it clear that "no decision has yet been taken on the ban on semi-automatic weapons".

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Two of the 49 victims of the two-mosque attack in Christchurch, New Zealand have been identified. This is Haji Daoud Nabi, an Afghan who emigrated to the country with his two sons in 1977, and Khaled Mustafa, a Syrian refugee who had arrived with his family only a few months ago. Haji's name was revealed to the media by one of his sons, Yama Nabi, who was supposed to attend Friday's prayer with his father but arrived ten minutes later and found the mosque under attack. Meanwhile, the health authorities in Christchurch have announced that seven wounded were released from the hospital, another 39 are receiving the necessary treatment for gunshot wounds and 11 are still in intensive care.

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Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has asked to hold an urgent meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to discuss the terrorist attack in New Zealand. In a telephone conversation with his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu, as rotating president of OIC, Zarif deplored the incident and urged Muslim states to show an adequate reaction to the attack.

Shooting in two mosques in New Zealand

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