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New Zealand previously spared from major acts of terrorism

New Zealand has up to the attacks on the mosques in Christchurch had a reputation as a peaceful country, and the story gives some justification for it. the av

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New Zealand previously spared from major acts of terrorism

New Zealand has up to the attacks on the mosques in Christchurch had a reputation as a peaceful country, and the story gives some justification for it.

the average in the western world outside of the united states. The last few years has fallen, and 2017 were lower than in Sweden, for instance, with the 48 murders on a population just under 5 million. It was the lowest level in 40 years.

The worst masskjutningen in New Zealand until Friday, occurred in the seaside town of Aramoana on 13 november 1990. A man is shot, then indiscriminately killed 13 people after a dispute with a neighbor.

The event led to a discussion about the country's gun laws, which are still among the more liberal among the countries outside the united states. License is required but no registration of the guns.

only experienced less sprängdåd and other attacks, and the threatening items that can be classified as acts of terrorism, shows the assemblies. Rarely has life been required.

This is the most prominent terrorhändelserna until moskémassakern:

The american embassy was shot, but it led to some injuries.

: A bomb detonated at a rugbyplan in Christchurch. No one was injured.

: a bomb attack on A polisfacilitet in Wanganui, killed the offender, an anarchist.

: A väskbomb in a handelsbyggnad in Wellington killed one person. The attack suspected to have been antifacklig, but no one took responsibility.

: A bomb detonated at a police station in Christchurch. No one was injured.

: A detonation at the prime minister's vehicles. No one was injured.

: Gets the America's Cup trophy was destroyed with a sledgehammer of a maorisk activist.

a : Letter with cyanide was sent to the US embassy in Wellington.

Three letters with cyanide was sent to the mail center in Auckland, and at the same time was directed threat to the America's Cup competition and on the U.S. embassy and british and australian diplomatic and consular missions.

: Several cyanidbrev was sent to the british and american missions, and the drinks were poisoned with cyanide. A group calling itself september 11 took on the responsibility.

: Pipebombs found in Wellington before they come to use.

a : Letter with poison sent to the ministry of agriculture, to the parliament and to the central bank.

Several of the letters with poisons and hazardous powder were sent to those in power, including then prime minister Helen Clark. No one was injured by this or the previous packages.

: Djuraktivister set fire to a kycklingrestaurang. No one was injured.

Two fire bombs were thrown against a minister's office, probably in protest against a trade agreement. No one was injured.

in 2008 occurred in a relatively undramatic hijacking. A smaller aircraft in domestic traffic was hijacked by a somali refugee. No one was injured.

the territory that formerly may have been best known is the Rainbow Warrior incident on 10 July 1985, French secret service agents sank the environmental organization Greenpeace ship in Auckland harbour.

the Ship was on the way to Moruroaatollen to try to stop French testing of nuclear weapons.

of the two major disasters in less than ten years. A strong earthquake destroyed the 2011 parts of the city centre and some suburbs, and close to 200 people were killed.

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