Earlier in the day, officials arrested four people - three men and one woman - in connection with mass shootings in two mosques in Christchurch, which claimed the lives of at least 49 people. Police have identified none of the suspects.
Among them were six Indonesians - three of whom were reported safe, the country´s foreign minister Retno Marsudi said, adding they were searching for the others.
The founder of India's All India Muslim Personal Board, a non-government body of scholars, Kamal Faruqui, said the attack was "highly condemnable". One has been defused and the second is in the process of being disabled.
Witnesses say about 300 people were inside the Al Noor mosque at the time of the shooting, taking part in Friday prayers. The first Test between Bangladesh and New Zealand, scheduled to start on Saturday, has been cancelled.
"You may have chosen us - we utterly reject and condemn you". "They have no place in New Zealand", she said.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has described the gunman, who had Australian citizenship as "extremist, right-wing" terrorist.
Authorities said that they "will not be discussing the offenders' possible motivations or the causes of this incident" at this stage.
One apparent gunman joined Twitter in February but posted all 63 of his tweets on March 12, except for his last tweet - multiple links to a manifesto - today. The manifesto was not signed. The video shows the gunman driving off at high speed and later firing at parked cars and a building.
There is heightened security, so we can assure people of their safety and the police are working hard to ensure people are able to move around their city safely.
"The horrific terrorist attack in Christchurch targeted peacefully praying Muslims - if people are murdered exclusively due to their religion, that is an attack on all of us", he said.
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New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern condemned the incident and said, "This is one of New Zealand's darkest days ". The New Straits Times identified one of the injured as Mr Mohd Tarmizi Shuib, who is a flight simulator operator.
Police did not say whether the same person was responsible for both shootings.
She vowed the country's gun laws would change in the wake of Friday's act of terrorism.
AFP confirmed the authenticity of the livestreamed video partly by matching the distinctive features at the mosque seen in the footage with images available online.
It was not immediately clear if the attacks at the two mosques were carried out by the same man. There will be so many people affected. Gunshots went on for a long time. "I saw lots of broken glass and bricks on the backside of the mosque", he said. "Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families", she added.
"I could not contact two of my friends who are in the mosque as well", he said. The singer bellows, "I am the god of hellfire!" and the gunman drives off before police even arrive.
- All schools in Christchurch were put on lockdown and mosques told to shut their doors.
Bedfordshire Police's Chief Constable Jon Boutcher said: "Thoughts with everyone in New Zealand". The remaining victim succumbed in hospital.
Christchurch is a coastal city of 404,500 residents. "Not in New Zealand". It has an agricultural economy.
Christchurch, sometimes called the Garden City, has been rebuilding since an quake in 2011 killed 185 people and destroyed many downtown buildings.
"Just heard the news".
He described Christchurch as a "very peaceful city" that is still getting over the devastating 6.3 magnitude natural disaster that hit in 2011.