Australian legislator Sarah Hanson recently lashed out at another Senator Fraser Anning who had been in limelight for his chauvinistic and racist remarks against Muslims subsequent to the New Zealand mosque shooting incident that took lives…
The man accused of carrying out the Christchurch mosque attacks last month will face 50 murder charges when he appears in court this week, New Zealand police said today.
Ten days back, the very unfortunate and devastating morning witnessed by the Muslims residing in Christchurch where 50 were martyred on account of the worst terrorist attack in the history of New Zealand.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has today ordered an independent judicial inquiry into the Christchurch mosque deadly attack.
The body of late Syed Areeb Ahmed, one of the 50 people martyred in the gruesome Christchurch massacre has arrived today at Karachi airport.
Salwa Mustafa lost a husband and son to a white supremacist gunman in the Al Noor Mosque, but the Syrian refugee had a defiant message for the world a week after the tragedy.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern promised today that the man responsible for last week's deadly mosque massacres would face "the full force of the law", as she vowed never to utter his name.
Nowadays, the "Egg Boy" Will Connolly who got massive popularity after smashing an egg on the head of Australian Senator Fraser Anning has decided to donate maximum money raised for him to the victims of the Christchurch mosque attacks,…
President Dr Arif Alvi, Sindh Governor Imran Ismail and Minister of State for Interior Shehryar Khan Afridi here on Sunday visited the residences of four people martyred in the terrorist attack on two mosques in
Dozens of graves were being prepared on Monday in a Christchurch cemetery to house the remains of victims of the carnage in two of its mosques, while impatience rises among families who claim the bodies.
The white supremacist terrorist who launched a gun attack in mosques in New Zealand appeared in a local court early Saturday morning on murder charges.
CHRISTCHURCH: An Australian gunman involved in attacks on New Zealand mosques Friday that left at least 49 people dead published a racist manifesto on Twitter beforehand then livestreamed his rampage, according to an AFP online analysis.
A solemn New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said today that the deadly mosque shootings in Christchurch had plunged the country into one of its "darkest days" that killed 40 people.