New Zealand Prime Minister said the country's gun laws will change after the mosque shootings that left 49 dead.
Shootings at two mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch on Friday resulted in at least 49 fatalities and the detention of three armed suspects, one charged with murder, in what Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern called a terrorist attack.
As news of the tragedy broke, video also surfaced on social media of a gunman opening fire inside one of the mosques.
Authorities say the planned attacks happened at two mosques in the city. Police also defused explosive devices found in a car. More than 45 people were being treated for gunshot injuries at a nearby hospital.
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