New Zealanders have turned in more than 10,000 guns after mass shooting in Christchurch

New Zealanders have turned in more than 10,000 guns after mass shooting in ChristchurchMore than 10,000 firearms have be turned in as part of an effort to buy back guns after the deadly Christchurch shooting in March, police said.

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Norway mosque "terror attack" suspect remanded in custody

Mon Aug 12 , 2019
A Norwegian man suspected of killing his stepsister and opening fire in a mosque near Oslo this weekend was remanded in custody Monday, suspected of murder, and a “terrorist act” that police say he filmed himself. The man, identified as 21-year old Philip Manshaus, appeared in the Oslo court with two black eyes and scrapes and bruises on his face, neck and hands, probably obtained when he was overpowered at the mosque. The Norway incident comes amid a rise in white supremacy attacks around the world. Posts from the same category: North Carolina student arrested with guns in his dorm […]