The bodies of two victims from New Zealand's mosques mass shooting were carried in open caskets on the shoulders of mourners into a large tent at Christchurch's Memorial Park Cemetery on Wednesday — the first burials of the 50 victims.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called for a global crackdown on social media in the wake of the attacks on two Christchurch mosques.
Philip Alpers of the Sydney School of Public Health's GunPolicy.org says the gun lobby in New Zealand is very active and "powerful," but the shootings at two mosques in Christchurch could make "all the difference" in efforts to change gun laws.
Scott Stewart, vice president for tactical analysis at Stratfor, said terrorists used to rely on mass media to propagate their messages, but the internet has made it easier for them to spread their agenda.
Scott Stewart of Stratfor says, with the help of the internet, terrorists now have the ability to become their own "mass media," and more needs to be done to take this ability away from them.
Mick Mulvaney, the acting chief of staff, said Sunday that President Donald Trump "is not a white supremacist" and attempts to tie him to the alleged New Zealand mosque shooter are "absurd."
49 dead, more than 40 wounded in Friday prayer attacks.
About 49 people were killed and dozens more were injured when at least one shooter opened fire at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. CNBC's Matthew Taylor reports on the latest from Singapore.
"This is one of New Zealand's darkest days," said the country's prime minister, Jacinda Ardern.
Regarded by Pakistan as its most reliable friend, China has repeatedly thwarted efforts to implement U.N. sanctions against Masood Azhar, the founder of Jaish-e-Mohammed, the group that claimed responsibility for the attack that killed 40 paramilitary police in Indian-controlled Kashmir. The Confederation of All India Traders, which represents 70...
After Jaish-e-Mohammed, a Pakistan-based militant group, claimed credit for Feb. 14's suicide bombing that escalated tensions between India and Pakistan, the UN is set to vote on whether to designate the group's leader as a terrorist.
Pakistan may become the latest arena for Saudi Arabia and Iran's rivalry as it accepts billions of dollars in aid and investment from Riyadh.
NEW DELHI/ SINGAPORE, March 6- High-resolution satellite images reviewed by Reuters show that a religious school run by Jaish-e-Mohammad in northeastern Pakistan appears to be still standing days after India claimed its warplanes had hit the Islamist group's training camp on the site and killed a large number of militants. The images produced by Planet Labs...
A timely renewal of the program is a top priority for the American Property Casualty Insurance Association, the trade group's chief executive officer, David Sampson, said in a recent interview. Sampson also wants Congress to make the program permanent and provide more clarity about coverage for cyber terrorism. "I'm not surprised that the industry is already...
Islamic State faced final territorial defeat on Saturday as the U.S.-backed Syrian force battling the jihadists said it was closing in on their last bastion near the Iraqi border.
Shelling on both sides of the Line of Control (LoC) that acts as a de facto border in the disputed Kashmir region continued for a few hours after his release, resulting in four deaths, but then stopped overnight.
Cameron Munter of the EastWest Institute says the responses from India and Pakistan have been "measured enough" for him to have hope that the conflict will not widen. However, he says there is "always" the problem of possible violence or attacks, especially because Pakistan may not be able to control "radical" actors.
The government is offering $1 million for help tracking down the son of the late terrorist leader.
Alastair Newton of Alavan Business Advisory says India did initially hold China "partly responsible" for the suicide bombing that took place in February. He says this is because China has previously blocked efforts to list Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist in the United Nations.
Migrant workers are fleeing India's northern state of Jammu and Kashmir and tourist arrivals have fallen to a trickle amid an escalating conflict with Pakistan, badly hurting businesses in the Himalayan region.