1. SOUNDBITE (English) Mike Bush, New Zealand Police Commissioner:
"The next point I want to make is to be quite definitive. We've spoken about this before, but I want to definitely state that we believe that there was only one attacker responsible for this horrendous event. There were two scenes as you know, and again I would like to state, that we believe absolutely there was only one attacker responsible for this. That doesn't mean there weren't possibly other people in support and that continues to form a very, very important part of our investigation."
Christchurch, New Zealand - 16 March 2019
2. Various flowers, mourners outside mosque
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Wellington - 18 March 2019
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Jacinda Ardern, Prime Minister of New Zealand:
"I've already made clear that a number of New Zealanders question the availability of military-style semi-automatic weapons in New Zealand. However I will be giving a more fulsome set of details once we've worked through the in-principle decision that cabinet has made today. I want to also acknowledge, you know, when Australia found itself tragically in a similar position to what we find ourselves now they took 12 days to make their decision, we have taken 72 hours. There is though still some detail that needs to be worked through, I want to do that, but still move as quickly as we can."
New Zealand Police Commissioner Mike Bush says gunman who killed 50 people and wounded others at two Christchurch mosques acted alone but may have had support. Australian white supremacist Brenton Tarrant is charged with murder. Bush said while they believe only one attacker was responsible, the support of other people hasn't been ruled out and is "a very, very important part of our investigation."