The Christchurch attack have been described by New Zealand police as an attack by a "lone wolf" terrorist, but analysts say the motivations behind such attacks are not entirely ideologically isolated.
Tayyip Erdogan calls on New Zealand to restore the death penalty for the gunman who killed 50 Muslims in Christchurch while using the attack footage to chase votes in local elections.
China's censorship apparatus is so efficient that sensitive social media posts are culled within minutes, but for some reason the New Zealand shooting videos were left up for nearly two days as state media slammed security in "the West". Why?
The chief agitator behind last year's child suicide bombings in Indonesia's second-biggest city, Surabaya, is sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Yasir Amin wanted to stay by his father's side as he lay in hospital in an induced coma after being shot in the Christchurch terror attacks, but he was called away to identify bodies, including his best friend.
In a powerful display of unity, a group of teenaged boys has performed a haka to show their support to Christchurch's Muslim community after Friday's shooting.
One Nation Senator Pauline Hanson and Greens Senator Derry Hinch clash over Fraser Anning.
Counter-terror police raid two homes on the NSW mid-north coast as part of the investigation into the Christchurch terror attack, in which 50 people were killed on Friday.
Carol Pomana feels slightly uncomfortable about shopping for guns just days after the Christchurch terrorist attack on two mosques that left 50 people dead and dozens more injured.
As experts warn of the "growing threat" of white nationalist recruitment strategies in Australia, a Harvard fellow says accused shooter Brenton Tarrant's rollout of his manifesto was the "white nationalist response to Islamic State".
Rioters set fire to a bank and ransack stores on Paris's landmark shopping street in a new flare-up of violence as part of France's yellow vest protests.
New Zealand's silver fern icon has been projected onto the Sydney Opera House as a symbol of solidarity with the country after Muslims in Christchurch were massacred while worshipping at mosques in a terrorist attack.