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After stroke: new Zealand gun laws to toughen

After the attack on two mosques wants to tighten new Zealand the weapons right. The alleged main perpetrators apparently had a weapons permit. A district court accused him of murder.

As a consequence of the terrorist attack on two mosques in new Zealand to toughen the gun law. "Our gun laws will change," promised the Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. The suspects had acquired in November 2017, a weapons permit. In the case of five firearms were found, including two semi-automatic, which he can acquire legally, she said.

The Suspect, a 28-year-old Australian, has now been officially accused of the murder. Other accusations would follow, informed the new Zealand police. The district court of Christchurch have taken the decision at a hearing under huge security measures, to the exclusion of the Public. The Prime Minister of Australia Scott Morrison said it was a "right-wing extremist violent terrorists".

In Christchurch, the people commemorate the victims of the attack.

fact filmed

at the time of the Friday prayer had a man in the Al-Nur mosque in Christchurch with a rapid-fire weapon on the people shot. His act he filmed with a helmet camera and transferred the pictures to the Internet. The police was at the scene of the crime 41 corpses. Some time later, were shot in a different mosque in the city for more people. In addition to the alleged main offender, two more Suspects were arrested. The offender is said to have announced the attack in a "Manifesto" on the Internet.

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