Officials in New Zealand apologized Thursday after the alleged Christchurch mosque gunman was allowed to send a letter from prison espousing 'hateful' views that a supporter then shared online.
The man accused of shooting dead 51 Muslim worshipers in the Christchurch mosque attacks in March has pleaded not guilty to all charges leveled against him.
New Zealand rugby bosses have confirmed the Canterbury Crusaders will keep their name for at least another year, despite a backlash following the mosque attacks in the team's hometown of Christchurch in March.
In a shocking new development, Australian police have stormed a building belonging to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), as part of an ongoing investigation against stories related to Australian forces involved in possible war crimes in Afghanistan.
The United Nations Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, made his 2019 Ramadan solidarity visit to Christchurch on Tuesday following the March 15 terrorist shooting attacks on two mosques.
Authorities in the city of Christchurch in New Zealand have charged a man detained earlier with the possession of explosives and other weapons, one and a half months after 50 Muslim worshipers were shot dead in two mosques in the same city.
The Australian man who has been detained for killing scores of Muslims in terrorist attacks on two mosques in New Zealand will face 50 murder charges and 39 attempted murder charges, police say.
Australia’s Senate has censured a far-right lawmaker over his controversial comments that the recent bloody terrorist attack against two mosques in New Zealand were the outcome of letting Muslims into the country.
Police in New Zealand have launched an urgent investigation to determine whether a man whom they sought on a tip-off and who died in a standoff with them had links to the recent terrorist attacks at two mosques in the city of Christchurch.