The horrific killing of the teenager in New York has echoes of the Christchurch mosque massacre, which the perpetrator live-streamed on Facebook. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
There are approximately 14,300 military style semi-automatics registered with police that are now prohibited weapons after the Christchurch mosque massacre.. Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age •Brisbane Times
An estimated 20,000 people gathered on March 22 to remember the victims of the Christchurch mosque massacres, marking one week since the attacks. The gathering, which included a moment of silence and..
As the Australian gunman who live-streamed his murderous rampage on two New Zealand mosques appeared in court Friday, Bay Area social media companies were being scrutinized for their response. Betty Yu..
At mosques across the Bay Area there was a somber tone at Friday prayers and an extra police presence. KPIX 5's Andria Borba reports that communities of all faiths are coming together to remember the..
In the wake of the New Zealand mosque massacre, Silicon Valley social media companies are coming under new scrutiny over their inability to keep criminal and disturbing content from being live-streamed..
Brenton Harrison Tarrant, a 28-year-old body builder and personal trainer from Australia, appeared in court Saturday morning and showed no emotion when the judge read him one murder charge. Many more..
According to Reuters, a gunman shot dead 49 people and wounded more than 40 at two New Zealand mosques on Friday, as the gunman livestreamed online some of the killings. The gunman broadcast footage of..
A gunman livestreamed on social media the murders of 49 people and wounding of more than 40 Muslim worshippers in New Zealand Friday. Reuters reports Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern condemned the murders..
Reuters reports that 49 people are dead and more than 20 are wounded in a mass shooting in New Zealand. According to police, at least one gunman opened fire on Friday during prayers at two New Zealand..
An Adelaide man who posted social media comments in support of the Christchurch mosque massacre has been granted bail on condition he keep off the internet. Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age •Brisbane Times
When neurologist Kate Ahmad heard Fraser Anning's comments on the Christchurch mosque massacre, she knew she had to do more than Tweet. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age