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  • New Zealand Christchurch attacks victims

    Urgent visa for family members of Christchurch victims

    An individual family member of Bangladeshi victims fallen at the acts of terror at Christchurch in New Zealand can now apply for urgent visa to bring the bodies back.

  • New Zealand mosque attacks

    'Egg Boy' to donate money for mosque attacks victims

    "Egg Boy" is going to donate most of the money raised for him towards the victims of the Christchurch mosque attacks.

  • Terror Attack in New Zealand's mosque

    5 Bangladeshis killed in NZ attack named

    Five Bangladeshi nationals who were killed in Friday's attacks on Al Noor Mosque and Linwood Mosque in New Zealand's Christchurch have been named by the Honorary Consul of Bangladesh in Auckland, NZ yesterday.

  • Terror Attack in New Zealand's mosque

    5 Bangladeshis confirmed dead

    Five Bangladesh nationals have been confirmed dead in Friday's terror attacks in New Zealand mosques.

  • Bangladeshi Batsman Mushfiqur Rahim

    ‘We still love New Zealand’

    Bangladesh cricketers had feared for their lives during those frantic moments when their team bus was in front of the Christchurch mosque which got attacked by a gunman. The Tigers faced possibly the worst moment in their lives but star batsman Mushfiqur Rahim said that the team still loves New Zealand.

  • Bangladesh Opener Batsman Tamim Iqbal

    ‘Will take time to get over what we suffered’

    Bangladesh batsman Tamim Iqbal said that he and the other players will take time to heal following the deadly attack on two mosques at Christchurch with the Tigers making a narrow escape while going for their Jumma prayers yesterday.

  • NZ shooting: Linwood mosque 'hero' tackled gunman

    A survivor of the shooting at Christchurch's Linwood mosque reveals to NZ Herald how his friend risked his life to tackle the gunman and wrestle away the weapon.

  • Terror Attack in NZ

    New Zealand shooter steeped attack in dark internet culture

    The suspected New Zealand shooter carefully modeled his attack for an internet age. He live-streamed the massacre, shouted out a popular meme slogan and published a long, rambling manifesto replete with inside jokes geared for those steeped in underground internet culture.