The government, with support from opposition parties, immediately rushed through legislation to tighten New Zealand's gun laws.
The self-proclaimed white supremacist has been charged with 51 counts of murder, 40 of attempted murder and engaging in a terrorist act over the March 15 atrocity.
This was the 29-year-old Australian national Brenton Tarrant's third court appearance following New Zealand's deadliest terrorist attacks on March 15.
Previously, the courts ruled media could only publish images which pixelated the face of Brenton Harrison Tarrant, the 28-year-old Australian white supremacist accused of the March 15 mass shooting.
The team narrowly escaped the attacks that killed 51 people in New Zealand in March during their tour of the country.
Police also charged Brenton Tarrant with an additional count of murder, bringing the total number of murder charges against him to 51.
In a statement, the White House said it will 'continue to be proactive in our efforts to counter terrorist content online' while also protecting free speech.
But public broadcaster ORF reported late Tuesday that the men had, in fact, exchanged several emails, the last one dating back to July 2018, showing that their contact was "longer and more intensive".
US tech companies including Amazon, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, YouTube etc. adopted the "Christchurch Call to Action" to prevent abuses of the internetby hate and terror groups.
In the wake of the Christchurch attack, the Kiwi leader highlighted that tech companies could do a lot more in tackling the proliferation of violent content online.
In a blog post published on Tuesday, Facebook announced that it will temporarily restrict users from using its live feature if they break its "most serious policies".
Members of the film crew are visiting Christchurch to meet officials and the families of victims, and the survivors.
Moula Ali resident Mohammed Khwaja Mohiuddin had witnessed the death of his close friend Imran Ahmed Khan, who hailed from Karimnagar, at Linwood Mosque in the city.
President of JeIM, Mysore, Munawwar Pasha, said the appeal has been made to convey the message that the Muslims and other communities stand by the Christians at this hour of grief.
It has now been revealed that the National Thowheeth Jama'ath group which carried out the Sri Lanka attacks had close links with JMI, affiliated to a similarly named group in Bangladesh.