World Reels After New Zealand Mosque Massacre
Another victim has died, bringing to 50 those killed Friday in two Christchurch, New Zealand, mosque attacks. Police said just one man was responsible. Australian Brenton Harrison Tarrant, 28, charged with murder, is linked to a xenophobic 74-page manifesto posted before the attacks were live-streamed on Facebook and reportedly made a white power gesture in court.
How is the world reacting? People from Auckland to Seattle placed flowers and supportive notes in front of mosques, where a man in Birmingham, England, held a sign: “You are my friends. I will keep watch while you pray.”