The commitment was issued in May after the terrorist attack last March on two mosques in New Zealand, resulting in the death of 51 people. The atrocity was livestreamed by Brenton Tarrant and went viral.
Sun, 13 Oct, 2019
New Zealand officials have admitted making a mistake by allowing the man accused of killing 51 people at two Christchurch mosques to send a handwritten letter from his prison cell.
Wed, 14 Aug, 2019
New Zealand's major media organisations have pledged not to promote white supremacist ideology when covering the trial of the man charged with killing 50 people at two mosques.
Wed, 01 May, 2019
New Zealand's parliament has passed sweeping gun laws that outlaw military-style weapons less than a month after mass shootings at two mosques in the city of Christchurch left 50 people dead and dozens wounded.
Wed, 10 Apr, 2019
An Australian senator has been censured by his colleagues for seeking to blame the victims of last month's mosque shootings and vilify Muslims.
Wed, 03 Apr, 2019
Far-right hate speech is much more common online than Islamist extremism, but governments and law enforcement have not policed it to anywhere near the same extent, say Sasha Havlicek and Zahed Amanullah
Wed, 27 Mar, 2019
New Zealanders didn’t think they were a target, either. Our gun control is better.
Thu, 21 Mar, 2019
Massacres like the Christchurch shootings are not, as some claim, isolated attacks carried out by disturbed individuals but are clearly part of a growing pattern, writes Bjorn Ihler.
Ireland's former Minister for European Affairs Lucinda Creighton has said that social media platforms are actively resisting changes to legislation that would oblige them to prevent the sharing of terrorism content online.
Sun, 17 Mar, 2019
To those with religious belief, faith — the idea, the commitment — may remain a mystery but one that is nonetheless enthusiastically and sincerely embraced.
Sat, 16 Mar, 2019
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