26 marzo, 2019

New Zealand Begins Burying Its Shooting Victims

After Friday’s massacre, which Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern described as one of New Zealand’s “darkest days,” families of the Christchurch mosque shooting victims began holding funerals Wednesday for their loved ones. But while Islamic tradition calls for burial as soon as possible, police have so far identified and released the remains of only 21 of the 50 people killed at the two mosques.
What’s the status of New Zealand’s gun reform? Despite Ardern’s pledge to tighten legislation, some experts say the complexities of the country’s gun debate could make that process more difficult than the government expects.

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