the Funerals after the terrorist attack in new zealand Christchurch has begun. 50 people, most of them refugees, died when two mosques were attacked during Friday prayers last week. The youngest victim was a three-year-old boy whose parents fled to New Zealand from Somalia.
on Wednesday, to take farewell of a father and his son, who was shot dead, and that is the first to be buried.
– There are no words for how terrible this is. A family came here to get to safety, and they should have been given to be secure here, " says the prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, who visited Christchurch for the second time since the massacre.
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The alleged terrorist, the 28-year-old australian Brenton Tarrant, was stopped when he was about to perform another attack, citing the new zealand police. However, the country's chief police commissioner Mike Bush gives no further details.
A 44-year-old man from New Zealand has been arrested on suspicion of having divided the film as Tarrant livesände during the attack. A teen is suspected of the same crime.
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wounded in the attack are still in hospital. Eight of them are under intensive care.
On Friday, when the first Friday prayers held since the terror attack, two minutes of silence to be held in New Zealand.