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Horror after the terrorist attack on mosques in new Zealand

International politicians have condemned the attacks on mosques in Christchurch, new Zealand as a "brutal crime". In the case of the alleged perpetrators, it should be a right-wing Australians. 49 people were killed.

The attacks on two mosques in the new Zealand city of Christchurch with 49 dead and 48 injured worldwide have caused horror. New Zealand's head of government Jacinda Ardern said it was a "well-prepared terrorist attack".

The alleged extreme-right attacker, an Australian, had filmed the act and live on the Internet. According to police sources, were seized in the car of the man with two explosive devices and defused. The attacker and two other men were arrested.

compassion and solidarity

EU Council President Donald Tusk expressed condolences and assured of solidarity: "The brutal attack will reduce the tolerance and the decency, for which new Zealand is famous, never." EU Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker said: "The European Union is in mourning today with you and we will always stand against those on your side that want to destroy it in a horrible way our societies and our way of life."

Federal foreign Minister Heiko Maas condemned the attacks as a "brutal crime". "We are deeply shocked by the brutal crime in Christchurch," he wrote on Twitter." In these difficult times we stand firmly side by side with our new Zealand friends."

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