Mass shootings in two mosques filled with pilgrims in Christchurch, New Zealand left at least 50 dead people and dozens injured on Friday. >> Read more Trending News White Brenton Tarrant, 28, is charged with murder in a murder, and a judge said on Saturday that it was wise to take more accusations. Related: Photos: Monuments Honor New Zealand Mosque Shooting Victims Update 11:50 p.m. EDT March 17: New Zealand Muslim community leaders are planning a funeral of a national monument for all victims of deadly shooting on Friday in two mosques in Christchurch, according to the media. The New Zealand newspaper also reports that, despite Prime Minister Jacquid Ardern's expectation that the organs of all victims will be released for family members until Monday, it is not expected to happen now, instead of the authorities believing it may be Wednesday before all the victims. have been released. While Islamic leaders have said they are planning a mass burial, families will ultimately decide how they will continue, the newspaper said. Not far from the shooting scene of the Lynwood mosque, funeral preparations are taking place at the Memorial Park cemetery, where workers dig graves for shooting victims behind a large temporary fence. Update from 1
0:15 AM EDT March 17: The Christchurch gun shop owner confirmed on Sunday that he had sold four weapons and ammunition to the alleged Brenton Tarant mosque shooter in a "police check" online purchase, according to the New Zealand Herald. But the owner of the Gun City retail chain, David Tipple, said his shop did not sell Tarrant semi-automatic weapons. Thick said he and the staff were "worried and disgusted" by Friday's shooting, Associated Press reported. Thypple said that no red flags were seen in the store in the purchases of Tarrant's gun. "We did not find anything unusual about this licensee," he said. Meanwhile, the anti-terror police executed a search warrant for two homes in New South Wales, Australia, which are believed to be related to the alleged gunman. Authorities searched for a house in Sandy Beach near Coffs Harbor, which is believed to belong to Tarant's sister, according to the Australian news 9. They rushed to a home in Lawrence, who believed it was related to Tarrant's mother. Authorities said they were looking for anything that could help New Zealand investigators. "The Community can be confident that there is no information suggesting a current or imminent threat related to this search warrant," the Australian federal police and the New Jersey police said in a joint statement. Update from 12:30 EDT March 17: Pakistan will watch a day of mourning for shooting victims, AP said. Vatican News reported that Pope Francis offers prayers for the dead in the attacks. "In those days, in addition to the pain of wars and conflicts that do not cease to affect mankind, there are victims of the terrible attack on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. I pray for the dead and the wounded and their families. I am close to our Muslim brothers and all this community. I renew my call for prayer and gestures of peace to fight hatred and violence. Related: Photos: Mass victims reported in New Zealand. NEW YORK (Reuters) – New Zealand's new president, Jackie Ardenne, said on Sunday that its members would work to change national arms laws after the mosque's mosquito attacks on Friday, the Associated Press reported. At a press conference, Ardern added that officials will release the bodies of their family victims on Sunday evening and should end by Wednesday. Pope Francis on Sunday also prayed "for our Muslim brothers who were killed," the report said. Meanwhile, an online campaign has garnered over $ 3 million for victims and their families. Learn more here. Update on 5 pm EDT March 16: The number of victims in New Zealand's attacks has increased to 50. Police Commissioner Mike Bush has confirmed at a press conference that 50 people have died in the attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, RNZ reported. He also said that 36 were in the hospital with two in a critical condition. Update 6:30 pm EDT March 15: The man suspected of at least one of the shootings that killed at least 49 people in two mosques in New Zealand appeared briefly in court. Two armed guards have brought Brenton Tarant in court on Friday. He did not express the expression when District Court Judge Paul Kellar read a murder charge before him. The appearance of the vessel lasted only about a minute and he was handcuffed. He is ordered to return to court again on April 5th. After Tarant left, the judge said that while "there is a murder charge now, it is reasonable to assume there will be others." A social media page manifesto, in which he identified himself as Tarrant, and said he was a 28-year-old Australian and white superior who wanted to avenge Muslim attacks on Europe. Update 5 pm EDT March 15: The New Zealand Prime Minister said the "main perpetrator" in the mosque shooting was a licensed weapon owner and had legally acquired the five guns used in the shooting. Jackie Ardern said the national arms laws would change after at least 49 pilgrims were shot in the two mosques in Christchurch. Update 15:25 EDT March 15: President Donald Trump said he spoke to Arden on Friday and offered "any help the US can provide." "We are ready to help," Trump says. "We love New Zealand!" Renewal 11:30 pm EDT March 15: New York police say the unit has been stepping up patrols around the city on Friday and has been in contact with mosque officials in the area after the deadly shootings in Christchurch. "For the Muslim community here in New York: We are always standing with you and we will remain vigilant to keep you safe – and make sure that you will also feel safe," police commissioner James O'Reilly said on Friday. Neil. "The people we serve in each neighborhood must always be free from fear and have the unchangeable right to worship and live in peace." Revealed 10:20 PM EDT March 15: William and Kate, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Megan, said on Friday in a statement that their "hearts go out to the families and friends of people who have lost their lives in the devastating attack in Christchurch. "" No one should be afraid to visit a sacred place of worship, "the statement said. "This pointless attack is an offense for the people in Christchurch and New Zealand and for the wider Muslim community. This is a terrible attack on the way of life, which embodies the decency, community and friendship. Renewal 9:35 pm EDT March 15: Former President Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama shared condolences for people in New Zealand in a message. published on Friday in social media. "We mourn with you and the Muslim community," said the message shared by President Obama. "We all have to face hatred in all its forms." Renewal 8:55 PM EDT March 15: Pope Francis is "deeply saddened to learn about injuries and loss of life caused by meaningless acts of violence" in New Zealand, the Cardinal Secretary of State said on Friday in a telegram. "He assures all New Zealanders, in particular the Muslim community, of his sincere solidarity as a result of these attacks," said State Secretary Pietro Parolin. "Drawing attention to the efforts of security and emergency personnel in this difficult situation, His Holiness prays for the healing of the victims, for the comfort of those who mourn for the loss of their relatives and of all those affected by this tragedy." New Zealand said 49 people were killed in a pair of attacks against mosques in Christchurch. Health officials said 48 patients were treated for injuries ranging from minor to critical after the shooting. Update 7:49 pm EDT March 15: In a tweet on Friday, President Donald Trump sent "warm sympathy and best wishes" to the people of New Zealand after the "terrible slaughter." "Forty-nine innocent people have died so futilely, with so much more serious injuries," Trump said. "The United States is in New Zealand for everything we can do. Lord bless all! "In a statement, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders called the attack" a vicious act of hatred. "" We are solidarity with the people of New Zealand and their government, "Sanders said. Queen Elizabeth II, the head of the British state and a New Zealand monarch, said she was "deeply saddened" by the shooting, CNN reported. "I'm deeply saddened today by the terrible events in Christchurch today," the queen said. "Prince Philip and I send our condolences to the families and friends of those who have lost their lives. I also pay tribute to the emergency services and the volunteers who support the wounded. "Updated Date 5:01 pm EDT March 15: New police in New Zealand reported that a man at the end of his 20's was indicted for murder, TVNZ reported. The man is expected to appear in court early in the morning, The Washington Post reports. Officials have not indicated the suspect. Police have clarified that while four people were detained, only three were involved in the shooting, the newspaper reported. Update 4:20 pm Afternoon March 15: New Zealand police commissioner Mike Bush confirmed at a press conference that 49 people died in the attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, TVNT reported. The attack at the Masjid al-nour mosque near Hagley Park in the center of Christchurch left 41 dead and seven people were killed in the Lynwood Avenue mosque, TVTV reported. Another man dies in a hospital, Bush said. Update 3:14 PM EDT March 15: Forty-eight patients are treated by fire wounds at Christchurch Hospital, CNN reported. David Meates, CEO of the Canterbury District Health Commission, said patients ranged from critically to insignificant. One of four people arrested after mass shooting in two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, said he was a 28-year-old Australian, according to Associated Press. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has confirmed that the shooter was born in Australia. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacqueda Ardern said at a press conference: "It is clear that this can now only be described as a terrorist attack. What we know seems to be well planned. "We have been chosen because we present diversity, goodness of compassion, a home for those who share our values, a refuge for those who need it and these values I can assure you that there is and can not be shaken by this attack, "Ardern said. – We completely condemn and reject you. Update 2:37 pm EDT March 15: At a press conference on Friday, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacquida Ardern confirmed that 40 people have died in mosque attacks. Arden said 30 people were killed in the Masjid Al Nur Mosque near Hagley Park in the center of Christchurch and 10 people were killed in the Linnuud Avenue mosque, TVNZ reported. Twenty people are seriously injured, TVTV reported. Update 2:24 pm Afternoon March 15: Christchurch Mayor Liang Dalcyel expressed a shock and anger after a mass shootout in mosques at a press conference Friday. "I could never believe that something like this could happen in Christchurch," she said. "I never thought that something like this could happen in New Zealand," said Dalcell to TVNZ, "We need to get together and take care of each other, we need to unite and not divide us." Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison called the shooting a "vicious attack". We are shocked, terrified and outraged when we stand here and condemn the attack that happened today by the extremist heavy terrorist right wing, "Morrison said. Update 1:43 pm EDT March 15: St. John's Emergency has transferred several patients to the Christchurch Hospital and other local medical facilities, TVNZ reported. The news agency reported that patient injuries range from insignificant to critical. Prime Minister Jacqueda Ardern is expected to turn to the country at 19:00. local time. Update 1:30 am EDT March 15: New Zealand police say that although they can not confirm the number of deaths, "this is significant." Police have asked all mosques across New Zealand to close down, and advises people to stay away from them. Until the next notice. "Update 1:04 am EDT March 15: Police confirmed on Friday afternoon that the lockout of schools in Christchurch was lifted, TVNZ reported. Update 12:33 pm Afternoon March 15: At a press conference, New York police commissioner Mike Bush said four people were detained. Three are men, and one is a woman, "I understand," Bush said. There were improvised explosive devices found in vehicles after the shooting, Bush said. Update at 12:16 PM EDT March 15: "This is one of the most gloomy days in New Zealand," Prime Minister Jacquid Ardenn told a press conference Friday afternoon. "It is clear that what has happened here is an extraordinary and unprecedented act of violence." The cricket match between Bangladesh and New Zealand's national team was canceled. The Bangladesh team arrived for prayers in a mosque when shooting took place, but all members of the team were safe, said the coach of the Reuters team. Update 11:15 EDT March 14: New Zealand authorities have confirmed that there are many victims and a person is detained: "The police responded to a very serious and tragic incident involving an active archer in the center of Christchurch. One person is detained, but the police believe there may be other offenders. This is a changing incident and we are working to confirm the facts, but we can confirm that there are a number of deaths. Police are currently in several scenes. We understand that there will be many alarming people, but I can assure the New Zealanders that the police are doing their best to resolve this incident. We call on the New Zealanders to remain vigilant and to immediately report suspicious behavior to 111. We mobilize funds at national level and support is brought to the region. We are still working to resolve this incident and continue to call on Christchurch residents to stay inside. We invite all mosques at the national level to close their doors and advise people to refrain from visiting these premises until the next announcement. EDT March 14: New Zealand media reported further shooting at a second mosque in Christchurch. Original report: About 30 people were injured or killed, said the manager of the New Zealand Radio Children's Center. Witness Len Peneha told the Associated Press that he saw a black man entering the Masjid al-nuro mosque and then listening to dozens of pictures followed by people fleeing the mosque in horror. Peneha, who lived next to the mosque for about five years, said the shooter fled the mosque, dropped what looked like a semi-automatic weapon in Peneha's driveway, and escaped. Peneha said he had entered the mosque to try to help: "I saw dead people everywhere," he said. Police call people in the area to stay indoors and schools in the area are blocked. About 300 people were in the mosque, according to RNZ. Associated Press contributed to this report.