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Airport in New Zealand closed after bomblarm
"The airport in New Zealand closed after bomblarm"

"the Police have closed the airport in the city of Dunedin, where the suspected terrorist Brenton Tarrant is believed to have lived during his time in New Zealand."

"A suspicious package has been found and the technicians have been sent there to investigate it, according to a statement from the police."

"the Data came on the Sunday evening local time and is so far very scanty. According to the newspaper Otago Daly Times put the police up barriers in the vicinity of the airport since you received an alarm at the 20-time. A few hours later confirmed the police in its statement that it investigated a suspicious package found at the airport."

"The 28-year-old australian Brenton Tarrant, detained, suspected of Friday's attacks on two mosques in Christchurch where 50 people were killed, often before the deed in Dunedin, according to information in several media. He is reported also to have practiced shooting a few miles outside the city."

"In the manifest published in the social media and forums on the internet before the attack, the author writes that he first planned an attack against a mosque in Dunedin. It is not confirmed that the text really written by Tarrant, but much to suggest it."

"For the families of the victims have the days after the terror attack consisted of a painful wait. The dead remained inside the two mosques, while the police and forensic specialists have gone through the attack, and the bodies have had to wait on the autopsy and identification. Three days after the bombing found a victim in the al Noor mosque, which raised the death toll to 50."

"By Wednesday, all the bodies have been returned to relatives, according to the country's prime minister, Jacinda Ardern."

"more and More data on the dead and injured are now starting to become public – the data show that the suspect terrorist shot ruthlessly. A list circulating among relatives shows that the victims is between 3 and 77 years and include at least four women, according to the AFP."

"Many of those who were shot dead in the bombing were born in other countries and had fled to New Zealand to escape the wars and conflicts including Pakistan, Syria, Afghanistan and Bangladesh."

"Among the victims are a pilotstudent, a flygplansingenjör, a goalkeeper in the New Zealand futsal national team and a restaurant owner."

"The youngest victim, a three-year boy, was born in New Zealand to parents who had fled the war in Somalia."

"– They were refugees. It is terrible, they fled violence and war, and this would be a safe haven, " says a family friend."

"Stories from the attack also tells about heroic deeds. A woman should have helped more women and children to seek shelter, before she was shot to death when she returned into the mosque to help more. A man who survived the attack in Linwood-the mosque managed to scare the offender by picking up a weapon that he had thrown away, which is singled out as the reason that the death toll from the mosque is lower than at the al Noor mosque."

"Still cared for 34 people in hospital. Most of them reported to be in the 30 - to 40-year-olds and many have had surgery several times for severe gunshot wounds. For twelve people, the condition is critical, among them a four-year-old girl who was in the mosque along with her dad when she was shot with at least three shots. The permit must also be serious for a two-year and a 13-year-old boy."

"It was a bloodbath that came in through our doors," said Greg Robertson, chief of surgery at the Christchurch hospital, at a press conference."

"Jacinda Ardern says the suspect terroristens so-called manifest mejlades to her nine minutes before the attacks against the mosques."

"the e-Mail was not directly addressed to Ardern, but to her staff as well as to over 30 other beneficiaries mainly in the media. The e-mail, which should not have contained any specific details of time or place, sent to a security department."

"At 13.40 on Friday local time (01.40 cet) went on an armed person into the al Noor mosque in the centre of Christchurch and opened fire during Friday prayers. The second shooting took place in Linwood mosque, but the exact time is not known."

"50 people were killed in the shooting, according to police. New Zealand's prime minister, Jacinda Ardern calls the deed of a well-planned terrorist attack."

"the 28-year-old australian Brenton Tarrant has been detained by the police for murder."

"The suspected shooter sent the deed on Facebook. Just before the attack was published, something that can be likened to a manifesto in the social media and forums on the internet. To the text actually written by the offender is not confirmed, but the evidence suggests it."

"In the manifest refers the offender, inter alia, to the terror attack in Stockholm on april 7, 2017. He writes that he wanted to take revenge on eleven-year-old girl who was killed on Drottninggatan. He also stated that he had contact with the Norwegian terrorist and mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik, and also expressed support for Anton Lundin Pettersson, who was behind the skolattacken in Trollhättan 2015."

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