Judicial probe opens into Christchurch mosque shootings
Monday, 13 May 2019 A judicial inquiry into whether New Zealand's police and intelligence services could have prevented the Christchurch mosque attacks in which 51 worshippers died began taking evidence on Monday. The royal commission will examine events leading up to the March 15 attack in which a lone gunman opened fire on two mosques in a mass shooting that shocked the world.
According to Business Insider, "Facebook announced Tuesday that it is tightening its rules around live streaming following the Christchurch mosque shootings. Facebook will now act on a "one strike" basis for live videos, blocking users immediately from broadcasting live if they seriously violate...
According to Reuters, New Zealand will grant permanent residency to survivors of the Christchurch shootings. Last month, a suspected white supremacist assaulted two mosques in New Zealand, killing 50..
The man accused over the Christchurch mosque shootings will make another court appearance tomorrow.He will appear in the Christchurch High Court via a video link... New Zealand Herald Also reported by •SBS •Firstpost