Mosque massacre explainer: Shock and sadness over the New Zealand shootings

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Here is a list of stories, videos and tweets looking at the deadly attacks at two mosques in the quiet New Zealand city of Christchurch:SCROLL: A blow-by-blow account of the New Zealand mosque shootingsHave a look at this blog on how the tragic events unfolded after news broke of deadly attacks on two mosques in New Zealand.

New Zealand mosque attacks: What we knowChristchurch was struck by two deadly attacks with 49 people killed and another 20 seriously injured after gun assaults on mosques.New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the values of her country "will not and cannot be shaken" by the deadly mosque attacks in Christchurch.co/2m7elE50bt pic.com/nos2Es9y6D— ABC News (@ABC) March 15, 2019New Zealand mosques' attack suspect praised Trump in manifestoThe Australian-born suspect who shot dead dozens of Muslims published a manifesto citing US President Donald Trump and Anders Breivik, the Norwegian white supremacist who murdered 77 people in Norway in 2011.

Four in custody following NZ mosque shooting - policeNew Zealand police commissioner Mike Bush says four people are in custody after the "unprecedented" slaughter of Muslim worshipers.Bangladesh cricket team 'minutes' from being caught up in massacreBangladesh's Test cricketers were just a few minutes from being caught up in Friday's massacre in New Zealand when they arrived at a Christchurch mosque as shooting began.

In a chilling account, Khaled Mashud described how most of the Bangladeshi team drove up to the Masjid al Noor in a bus just as the attack got underway.Sonny Bill in tearful mosque attack tributeTearful star Sonny Bill Williams said he hoped the victims of the Christchurch mosque massacre were in "paradise" in an emotional video tribute on Friday.

The devout Muslim, wearing a skull cap, wiped away tears several times in the brief footage which he filmed sitting in a car.

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