Justin Trudeau offers condolences in call with New Zealand PM

Justin Trudeau offers condolences in call with New Zealand PM

Ardern told the briefing that she had been contacted by Facebook operations chief Sheryl Sandberg who had acknowledged what had happened.

"This is an issue that I will look to be discussing directly with Facebook".

Greek police are also searching about any phone calls and purchases he made while in Greece.

Australian citizen Brenton Tarrant, 28, has been charged with murder and is believed to have widely released a white nationalist manifesto before the killings.

He said Tarrant entered the State by road and confirmed the terrorist had not lived in WA.

He stormed the Al Noor mosque and later Linwood Masjid on Friday, where he shot dead 50 people and left dozens more critically injured.

Tarrant said his objective was to 'most of all show the invaders that our lands will never be their lands, our homelands are our own and that, as long as a white man still lives, they will NEVER conquer our lands and they will never replace our people. "Ultimately though, it has been up to those platforms to facilitate their removal. I do think that there are further questions to be answered". Ardern went on to speak of New Zealand's gun laws.

All victims have been removed from mosque and are now being identified.

Islamic custom dictates that the dead should be buried within 24 hours, but strained authorities - desperate to make sure no mistakes are made or the complex investigation harmed - said a quick process was hard.

"We don't need these in our country".

Google, which owns YouTube, said in a statement seen by The Guardian: "Our hearts go out to the victims of this bad tragedy.

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Abdul Aziz says at least one of the weapons involved was a shotgun.

New Zealand authorities on Sunday started returning some of the bodies of the 50 people killed in Friday's massacre at two mosques to their families so that they can be buried according to Muslim tradition. Jane Lanhee Lee reports.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said the cabinet has backed gun laws changes "in principle" following the massacre.

There are an estimated 1.5 million firearms in New Zealand, which has a population of only five million, but it has had low levels of gun violence.

New Zealand's Police Association has called for semi-automatic weapons to be banned, Radio New Zealand reported.

In a news conference in Christchurch Mr Tipple recounted what firearms were sold to the shooter. "It's quite obvious that he modified a category A firearm". One suspect is in custody and has been charged in attacks.

Three days after the attack, New Zealand's deadliest shooting in modern history, relatives were anxiously waiting for word on when they can bury their loved ones. "It's going to be a criminal charge against the guy who's done this, so they need to be pretty thorough", he said.

"Photographs may not help all, the faces of some of the victims are completely ruined (by the shooting) so they can't be identified like this and more needs to be done", she said.

Members of the Muslim community and police were at a cemetery which has been fenced off and obscured with white netting.

Javed Dadabhai, who flew from Auckland after learning about the death of his 35-year-old cousin, Junaid Mortara, said the Muslim community was being patient.

The New Zealand prime minister, who has earned praise for the handling of the mass shootings, said her view is that more can "and should" be done to prevent such content from being shared on social media.

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