NZ mosque attack suspect Brenton Tarrant charged with terrorism

The man accused of shooting dead 51 people in Christchurch mosque attacks, has been charged with terrorism, New Zealand police informed. In addition, Brenton Tarrant, the accused faced 51 charges of murder and 40 of the attempted murder, reported Xinhua. On March 15, Brenton, a suspected white supremacist from Australia, stormed into two mosques during congregational prayers and indiscriminately opened fire on the assembled. The act of terrorism left the entire Muslim community shaken, with the international community and locals showing their solidarity with the affected.