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New Zealand began burying its dead a day after at least one gunmen attacked worship is in two mosques in the city of Christchurch killing at least forty nine people and injuring dozens more the main suspects being identified as Brinton Harrison tyrant a twenty eight year old Australian citizen we've been living in New Zealand he appeared in a Christ Church court on Saturday charged with murder he was remanded without a plea with his next appearance at the city's High Court set for April five police said he was also likely to face further charges new Zealand's prime minister just seem to a dozen confirmed on Saturday it was clear that young children had been caught up in the attack saying the attack I had intended to continue the rampage when he was stopped by police none of those apprehended had a criminal history either here or in a straight mia and as I said last night they were not on any watchlists either here or in a Strela given global indicators around far right extremism our intelligence community has been stepping up their investigations in this area %HESITATION done also said Terrence had a gun license and cold for a change in gun laws in the country Reuters correspondent Charlotte greenfield is in Christchurch they security alert has also been lifted to high and you definitely really notice that %HESITATION here in Christchurch last night there were helicopters flying back and forth %HESITATION you know all night is at you can sort of see a place %HESITATION at in certain places %HESITATION on the street and ask what's with rifles %HESITATION which you know if the contrast New Zealand is a country where it usually placed on you can carry hand guns leaders around the world expressed sorrow and discussed at the attacks with some deploring the demonization of Muslims Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan said in a social media post I blame these increasing terror attacks on the current Islam of , phobia post nine eleven US president Donald Trump condemns the quite horrible massacre meanwhile the broadcasting of the shooting on social media has raised calls for more regulation on tech giants hours after the attack copies of the video was still available on Facebook Twitter and you choose as well as Facebook's Instagram and what's up Facebook Twitter and YouTube all said they were taking action to remove the videos