Christchurch mosque shootings
'I cannot bear the chance of something that I've done makes somebody else go and do something horrific.'
A white supremacist who shot dead more than 50 people at two mosques in the city of Christchurch, New Zealand, in 2019, has been sentenced to life in prison without parole.
Relatives of those killed in the Christchurch mosque shooting confront the gunman in court.
A mother who lost her son in the 2019 attack tells the shooter 'I can't forgive you'.
The wife of a man killed in the Christchurch attacks is preparing to attend the gunman's sentencing.
One year since the Christchurch Mosque attacks, a group of artists reflect on how poetry, music and visual art can help the country heal in the wake of one of its darkest days.
One year after the mosque attacks, a campaign has collected messages for Christchurch's Muslim community.
New Zealand has "fundamentally changed" since the Christchurch mosque attacks, says PM.
Wasseim and his daughter were among the victims of New Zealand's Christchurch mosques shooting.