The first attack victims were buried in Christchurch, beige - but still all are not identified, still the condition of many Injured is critical. Meanwhile, there is Trouble between Australia and Turkey.
After the attack on two mosques in Christchurch, new Zealand, the first of a total of 50 victims are buried on Wednesday. The bodies of a father and his son were carried to a cemetery, close to the Linwood mosque, the second site of the attack, to the grave. After Prayers were buried. The two were only joined a few months ago as refugees from Syria to new Zealand.
hundreds of Mourners had gathered at the cemetery. Most of the victims come from immigrant families. In Islam, it is actually common that the Dead be buried within 24 hours. Because of the forensic investigations, the families had to wait longer for the release of the bodies of their relatives, the delay caused in the case of surviving for displeasure.
so Far, the new Zealand authorities handed over the mortal Remains of six Victims of the assassination at the nationals. Until Tuesday, all 50 autopsies had been completed, however, only twelve of the victims could have been "to the satisfaction of the coroner" to be identified, police said. The authorities of the frustration of the affected families to be aware of. "We will do everything we can to do this Work as quickly as possible and the victims to their loved ones to return."
new Zealand's Prime Minister Ardern announced minutes of silence and a national funeral.29 victims are still
new Zealand treated the victims of the attack will commemorate on Friday with two minutes of silence. A week after the carnage in two mosques in the whole country to stand still. This Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced a further visit in the city. To to a later stage in Christchurch with a national funeral.
In the attacks during Friday prayers 50 people had been killed. In the case of the alleged Shooters is a 28-year-old extreme right-wing Australians. Still 29 wounded to be treated in different hospitals. Among the eight people who are still in a "critical condition", is also a four-year-old girl.