NZ farmer surrenders guns after mosque attack
New Zealand farmer John Hart has owned semi-automatic rifles for at least 10 years, but following the mass shooting in Christchurch last Friday (March 15) that left 50 dead, he has surrendered his..
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South And North Korea Seek To Host Women's World Cup
According to CNN, enthusiasm, and interest is beginning to stir surrounding the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup. South Korea and North Korea have expressed a common interest in jointly bidding to..
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Jacinda Ardern Vows To Never Say The Shooter's Name
(Newser) – New Zealand leader Jacinda Ardern spoke to parliament Tuesday and made a promise: She will never utter the name of the man accused of the mosque massacres. "He sought many things..
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‘One of New Zealand’s Darkest Days,’ Ardern Says Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of New Zealand described the shootings at two mosques in Christchurch on Friday as an “extraordinary and unprecedented act of... NYTimes.com 4 days ago
PM says New Zealand enduring one of its 'darkest days' Christchurch: A solemn New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said Friday the deadly mosque shootings in Christchurch had plunged the country into one of its... WorldNews 5 days ago
'Terrorism has no religion,' says Shahid Afridi condemning Christchurch mosque shooting At least one gunman killed 49 people and wounded more than 20 during Friday prayers at two New Zealand mosques. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ahern has also... DNA 5 days ago From Kohli to Laxman, Indian cricketers condemn Christchurch mosque terrorist attack Considered to be 'one of New Zealand's darkest days' by NZ Prime Minister Jacinda Ahern, at least one 49 people were killed and 20 wounded during Friday prayers... DNA 4 days ago