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Proud of Pak national killed by ‘White Supremacist terrorist’, says Imran Khan

Proud of Pak national killed by ‘White Supremacist terrorist’, says Imran Khan

He will face further charges before he next appears in court on April 5.

Tarrant is 28 and was arraigned Saturday on the first of many expected murder charges.

Prime Minister Imran Khan has announced that the sacrifice of Naeem Rashid, who embraced martyrdom while tackling the white supremacist terrorist in deadly Christchurch attack, will be recognised with a national award.

Facebook said it had removed 1.5 million videos of the attack from the social media platform within 24 hours of the incident. Worshippers, possibly dead or wounded, lay on the floor, the video showed. The attack on the Al Noor and Linwood mosques has prompted an outpouring of grief and deep shock in this usually peaceful coun.

A judge ordered his face be pixelated to ensure a fair trial. No images have emerged from there.

She said by the time police had been made aware of the email, emergency calls were already being received "and somebody was then taken into custody 36 minutes later".

"It is clear that this can now only be described as a terrorist attack", said Ardern. "It was his intention to continue his attack", the prime minister said.

Police officials said they understand the religious duty of the Islamic faith to bury the deceased as soon as possible and are "working closely with the Chief Coroner to do everything possible to expedite the process".

Bangladesh cricketers arrived in a bus and it was only about 50 yards from the mosque. One person has been charged with murder while three other people apprehended with firearms are not believed to be involved, they said.

None of those arrested had a criminal history or were on watchlists in New Zealand or Australia. "Just helping people is his main thing". Children are among the 48 people being treated for gunshot wounds. Another victim died later in Christchurch hospital.

The hospital also confirmed 39 people are still receiving treatment, with 11 of them in intensive care.

Meanwhile, 20 people specialising in preparing bodies for Muslim burial will be brought in from Auckland and Wellington to assist in funeral preparations and prayers for the victims.

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"Hi guys how are you".

"I'm so proud of what they've done", he said. The live-streamed attack by an immigrant-hating white nationalist killed dozens of people as they gathered for weekly prayers in Christchurch.

She also signalled that if convicted, he would serve his sentence in New Zealand.

The majority of victims were migrants or refugees from countries such as Pakistan, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Turkey, Somalia, Afghanistan and Bangladesh.

"Forgiving is going to take time", Omar Nabi, whose father Haji Daoud Nabi was gunned down, told reporters outside the Christchurch court.

The Pacific has reacted with sadness and shown solidarity for New Zealand after at least 49 people were killed in shootings at two Christchurch mosques yesterday.

Hagen Hopkins via Getty ImagesPrime Minister Jacinda Ardern speaks to media during a press conference at Parliament on Friday.

Ardern added that the gunman reportedly had five firearms on him when he carried out the assault - two semi-automatic weapons, two shotguns and a lever-action firearm.

Watch: PM Ardern's comments on tightening gun laws.

In Sydney, a silver fern - the symbol of New Zealand - was projected onto the side of the world famous Opera House.

According to a recent report from the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), domestic extremists killed 50 people in the United States previous year - an overwhelming majority of which were perpetrated by right-wing extremists.