New Zealand votes for gun law changes after Christchurch attack
Wednesday, 10 April 2019 All but one member of New Zealand's parliament voted on Wednesday to change gun laws, less than a month after deadly shooting attacks on two Christchurch mosques that killed 50 people.
Lawmakers in New Zealand voted almost unanimously on Wednesday to change gun laws, less than a month after its worst peacetime mass shooting, in which 50 people were killed in attacks on two mosques in Christchurch. Edward Baran reports.
New Zealand police say they have charged the man accused of murder in shootings at two Christchurch mosques in March with engaging in a terrorist act, the first time such a charge had been brought in..
On a two day trip to New Zealand, Prince William visited the two mosques where a gunman killed 50 people in March. The Duke of Cambridge spoke to about 100 people, including survivors of the shootings.
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[New Zealand], May 21 (ANI): The man accused of shooting dead 51 people in Christchurch mosque attacks, has been charged with terrorism, New Zealand police said... Sify Also reported by •Seattle Times •CBS News •Reuters India