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Terror in new Zealand : Alleged bomber is accused of murder

Just a day after the terrorist attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, new Zealand, the 28-year-old Australian Brenton Tarrant has been officially accused of the murder. Other accusations would follow, informed the new Zealand police on Saturday (local time). The district court of Christchurch have taken the decision at a hearing on Saturday under great safety measures, to the exclusion of the Public.

In the case of the double attack were killed, according to police sources on Friday 49 people, and 42 have been injured. Two of the wounded were on Saturday morning (local time) is still in critical condition, including a four-year-old child. The police has strengthened the measures for the protection of Muslim events and called on the citizens via Twitter to report Suspicious immediately. "There is no guarantee that the risk is on Canterbury limited, and all new Zealanders need to be especially vigilant," it said.

The new Zealand government wants to tighten as a response to the mosque attacks, the weapons laws. The bombers have purchased the five guns legally, after he had received in November 2017, a weapons permit, said the Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. Although the circumstances of the award of the arms licence would need to be tested, said Ardern. "But I can already say: Our weapons laws are changed."

the Prime Minister said: "Solely on the basis of the fact that this man got a gun licence and weapons could be purchased at this caliber will demand a lot of people Changes, and I'm going to use it." In the attack, two semi-automatic weapons were used, which Protect particularly can quickly kill many people. The Prime Minister Ardern said, they'll check to allow such a weapons ban.

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Ardern also confirmed that the assassin had not yet been in the sights of new Zealand's security authorities, even though he had expressed on the Internet, extremist thought, far away. It is to be examined, whether the man should have been evident to the authorities earlier had said Ardern. In new Zealand any citizen can get over the age of 16 a license, if he has previously passed a safety course. The ticket can then be legally acquired weapons. (dpa, AFP)

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