广东时时彩单双 www.gnz2f.com.cn The white supremacist mass shooter who murdered 49 worshippers at a mosque in New Zealand on Friday has been identified as a 28-year-old Australian who seemingly spent up to seven years travelling the world and became obsessed with far-right and Neo-Nazi ideology. Brenton Tarrant will appear in court tomorrow charged with murder after he stormed a mosque in Christchurch, opening fire with a semi-automatic shotgun and a rifle on about 100 defenceless worshippers attending Friday prayers. He live-streamed the shootings in a horrifying video posted online. Now details of his background are emerging, including his upbringing the rural New South Wales town of Grafton which he left shortly after his father Rodney (pictured centre with a young Brenton) died of cancer when Brenton was in his early 20s. He seems to have spent up to seven years travelling the world, and one woman who knew him before he left Grafton speculates that 'something happened to him' during this time. Tarrant claims in his so-called 'manifesto' to have made money trading Bitcoin, enabling him to travel the world. He also speaks of visiting a wide range of countries including Pakistan, and a photograph shows him on a tourist trip to North Korea. One woman who knew Tarrant before he left Grafton said he worked as a personal trainer who was obsessed with fitness but seemed like a well-adjusted young man. She said: 'I would say something's happened in that time in his travels.'
Mosque massacre hero 'wrestled gun from killer and forced him to flee in waiting car': Survivors' incredible bravery revealed after gunman kills 49 people in New Zealand mosque attacks?
Syed Mazharuddin (left) was praying on Friday at the Linwood Masjid mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, when he heard gunshots right in front of him. He said he saw the shooter wearing protective gear and firing wildly before a young man attempted to tackle the gunman. 'He saw an opportunity and pounced and took his gun,' Mr Mazharuddin said. The young hero took the gun out of the shooter's hands and attempted to defend people in the mosque but couldn't figure out how to use the weapon, he said. 'The hero tried to chase and he couldn't find the trigger in the gun... he ran behind him but there were people waiting for him in the car and he fled,' Mr Mazharuddin added. An Australian white supremacist, who identified himself as Brenton Tarrant (main) from Grafton, livestreamed New Zealand's deadliest terror attack on Facebook. He is one of four people arrested over mosque attacks which left at least 49 dead and 48 injured (bottom right).
Two brothers, aged one and 10, are killed in horror 'street race' crash - as witnesses tell how their mother screamed: 'My babies, my babies'
Sanjay Singh, ten, and his 23-month-old brother Pawanveer (left) died when their mother's white BMW was hit by a Bentley Continental convertible at a busy junction in Wolverhampton yesterday evening. Their mother, who was seriously injured in the smash (right) and is still being treated in hospital, was heard screaming 'my babies, my babies' in horror as paramedics tried to save her children. But a 31-year-old man alleged to have been at the wheel of the Bentley and arrested on suspicion of killing the brothers allegedly told onlookers he was not to blame for the deaths.?He has been released pending further investigation. He has been released pending further investigation. The brothers' family said in a statement: 'Our family are grieving over the tragic deaths of our two beautiful children, as well as dealing with the shock of the horrific crash.’
Couple who spent ￡350K renovating the 'monstrosity' 1960s home they inherited from a family friend are branded 'ungrateful' by Ugly House to Lovely House viewers?
Steve and Celine, of Claverdon, Warwickshire, said they found the property 'embarrassing'. They overspent their ￡150K budget by ￡200K thanks to architect?Graeme Williamson's design, which mum-of-three Celine struggled with at first. The pair clashed over the kitchen and the exterior cladding, but Celine was eventually delighted with the result. Though viewers blasted host George Clark for allowing the architect to cause the family to go so drastically over their budget.
Are the DUP about to back May's Brexit plan? Deputy leader says party 'wants a deal' after 'constructive talks' over new legal advice - but laughs off claims they'll only back PM at next week's vote in return for ANOTHER ￡1billion?
Mr Hammond (inset) is leading negotiations with the Unionist party who previously grabbed an extra ￡1billion of funding for Northern Ireland in exchange for propping up the Government for two years until this summer. But Mr Dodds (left today) insisted the Chancellor was there to discuss tax issues for Northern Ireland, calling the talks 'constructive'. He said: 'We are not discussing cash. From day one, our focus has been on the red line of how Northern Ireland is treated separately from the rest of the UK'. There is also growing pressure on Attorney General Geoffrey Cox to change his legal advice to ease fears that Britain would be trapped 'indefinitely' in the Irish backstop - and Mrs May's top lawyer was also at today's talks.
Going for Gold! Cheltenham revellers don't let the weather dampen their party spirit on final day?of festival
It's the final day of the festival and the world's best Jump horses took to the stage for the famous Gold Cup. As the races drew to a close, revellers kick-started their weekend early by partying in the paddock. The 2018 race was won in fine style by Native River - but this year saw a first Gold Cup win for Willie Mullins. Many brave revellers opted for bare legs and light jackets for the day's festivities, despite the heavy rain showers, while umbrellas were very much the order of the day. Feathers and florals seemed to be in vogue, with many opting for chic tartan suits and fur-lined coats to keep out the early Spring chill.
'It should have been me': Male friend of Louis Tomlinson's sister, 18, pays tribute to his 'pain twin' after she dies from 'heart attack' as police prepare to carry out toxicology tests on her body?
The tragic death of Instagram star Félicité, (pictured right in her last post to 1.3m followers, and left with Louis) comes after Louis' mother Johannah (inset with Louis) died from leukaemia in 2016. Louis has been left 'devastated and distraught' by the death and praised his sister as 'loveable, caring, bright and beautiful'. Sources close to the One Direction singer said. Félicité collapsed after a suspected heart attack at her fourth-floor studio apartment in Earls Court, West London, on Wednesday lunchtime. Police have now said toxicology reports will take place in due course.
Bride 'demands ￡100 refund for wedding flowers that she claimed never arrived - only for the florist to spot her posing with the bouquet on Facebook'
A bride who claimed a ￡100 refund for wedding flowers that supposedly never arrived in time for her wedding has been caught with the bouquet after photos emerged on social media (main). Sarah Weatherill, 34, and Lisa Husband, 46, (inset) who run wedding decor business Forever To Hold in Whitby, North Yorkshire, spotted wedding photos of bride Jordanne McLaughlin with the flowers on Facebook, last week. Mrs McLaughlin from Port Glasgow, Scotland, offered to repay the balance by ￡20 per week but eventually returned the refund in full after the?mother and daughter-in-law?ran business threatened police action against her.???
Pictured: Former science teacher, 36, who drowned her daughter, three, in bath after wrongly accusing her CEO husband of having affair - as she is found GUILTY of murder?
Claire Colebourn (police mugshot, right) killed her daughter Bethan (left) at their home in Fordingbridge, Hampshire, after the 36-year-old split with husband, Michael (pictured outside Winchester Crown Court on Monday), the chief executive of luxury marine interior company Trimline. The 36-year-old had denied murder but was today found guilty by a jury after a week-long trial at Winchester Crown Court.
Throwback quiz testing knowledge of 70s gadgets and music groups leaves millennials stumped... so, how many can YOU recognise?
Whether you're a child of the Seventies or were born long after they ended, this throwback quiz created by British brand Gola promises to put your pop culture knowledge of the decade to the test. Compromising of 15 questions, it will test how many bands and must-have gadgets you recognise, including the ones pictured.
PIERS MORGAN: 49 massacred innocent Muslims prove words can have lethal consequences, Mr Trump. If you don't ferociously disown the racist lunatics claiming to be inspired by you, you'll be damned by your silence
Today, President Trump had another opportunity to firmly and equivocally denounce white supremacists and the far-right ideology they stand for. But he couldn't do it. Instead, he just issued standard lame presidential condolences. This is not good enough, Mr President. When a far-right white supremacist names you as one of his inspirations for one of the worst terrorist attacks ever perpetrated, you need to come out and denounce him with the full force of your presidency.Killer Brenton Tarrant is seen right.
Police step up security at UK mosques after New Zealand massacres as Sadiq Khan says London 'stands in solidarity' with Christchurch
UK police stepped up patrols around mosques following the attack in New Zealand. Officers were deployed to provide reassurance and advice on protective security as Muslims attended Friday prayers around the country today (officers outside Finsbury Park Mosque in London, left). Mayor of London Sadiq Khan visited East London Mosque and said London 'stood in solidarity with our brothers and sisters in New Zealand'. Pictured: Londoners stand in solidarity with Christchurch as they attend a vigil at the East London Mosque with placards saying they attack won't divide them (top right); Jabiral Abdi, two, with his father Said Abdi outside Birmingham Central Mosque (top left); A police van stationed outside a mosque in Leeds (bottom right).
One's jolly summer holiday! Never-before-seen photos of a young Princess Elizabeth and her husband aboard author Daphne Du Maurier's yacht and enjoying picnics at Balmoral are revealed
Candid photos of the Queen and Prince Philip enjoying a holiday in Scotland and on board a yacht (bottom left) have emerged for the first time. The snaps, which are believed to date from the late 1940s and early '50s, show the couple in a relaxed setting away from the public gaze. In one, a youthful Princess Elizabeth and her husband Prince Philip enjoy a picnic (top) while seated on a blanket at Balmoral. The future Queen sports a tartan skirt and her trademark pearls and gazes into the camera, while her husband the Duke looks resplendent in country attire, including plus fours. Other photos show the Queen Mother (bottom centre) and a young Prince Charles and Princess Anne playing in a toy boat (bottom right).
'Basil the Ghost' is unmasked: Final member of ￡25m Hatton Garden heist gang to face justice is jailed for 10 YEARS after being caught red-handed with haul of stolen gems in his London council flat
Michael Seed, 58, was found guilty of conspiracy to burgle and conceal criminal property over the ￡25million break-in and jailed for 10 years today. Seed first came onto the police radar when a surveillance team spotted him chatting to one of the gang, John 'Kenny' Collins (right), in the weeks after the raid - but at that point detectives had no idea who he was. After identifying him, the Met's Flying Squad were finally sure that Seed had some of the loot last year. They moved in on his messy north London council flat and found 933 items stolen in the raid stashed in a wardrobe. Inset: Seed in CCTV from the night of the heist.
One Red Nose Day And A Wedding! Hugh Grant anxiously waits at the church with Kristin Scott Thomas in new teaser clip for tonight's film
It is the hotly anticipated sequel to iconic rom-com Four Weddings And A Funeral, which reunites the talented cast after 25 years in aid of Comic Relief. And Hugh Grant and Kristin Scott Thomas reprised their legendary roles as the hapless Charles and? sarcastic Fiona in a new teaser clip from?One Red Nose Day And A Wedding which airs Friday.
'I ripped the condom, I got you': Victim reveals the horrific moment the 'HIV hairdresser' phoned to gloat about deliberately infecting him with the virus
Lenny, an American man living in Brighton (left), discovered he was HIV positive in February 2016 after Daryll Rowe (right) secretly ripped the condom they were using to infect him with the virus. Rowe, a hairdresser from Edinburgh, became the first person to be convicted in the UK for deliberately infecting others with the virus and was jailed for life in April 2018. Lenny is one of five men who tell their stories in new BBC documentary?The Man Who Used HIV As a Weapon.
Inside the newest VIP sex club in Hollywood where A-listers fulfill their kinky fantasies as women in red harnesses kiss, masked figures are walked by a leash and by night's end there are ‘orgies everywhere’
WARNING: EXPLICIT CONTENT DailyMail.com got an exclusive look inside Kinky Rabbit Club, the latest VIP sex party in Hollywood where A-listers can fulfill?their erotic fantasies in mansions during themed parties. Alina Ratuska runs the club and hosts the parties, telling DailyMail.com by the end of the night there are 'orgies everywhere'. Tickets to the events cost from $500 each and VIP entry is $5,000 with only single women and couples allowed entry after a head shot?is submitted and they are deemed to have the 'right energy'. Exclusive video shows women in red harnesses kiss each other, while another twirls a burning hoop around her naked body and couples disappear into rooms to have sex while others watch. Alina says, 'All the events are a community of love with a kinky twist. Everyone is respecting each other and going through an adventure together'. Kinky Rabbit Club has so far had nine events with themes including circus, asylum and outer space.
Biker gang of 28 thugs who went on rampage through Birmingham during illegal 'ride out' are convicted in Britain's BIGGEST anti-social biking prosecution
The thugs caused carnage after they took to the streets of Birmingham on scramblers, quad-bikes and mopeds for the lawless bike rally on June 26, 2016. For five hours they blocked junctions and rode recklessly, popping wheelies and intimidating other road users. Ringleader Andrew 'Dru' Tomlinson, 29, was caught after he filmed footage which was later boastfully uploaded to social media channels.
Have YOU tried 'mewing' yet? Latest health trend sweeping the internet promises to change the shape of your face and jawline just by placing your tongue on the roof of your mouth
Coined by a British doctor, mewing is a health technique that is growing in popularity online, as thousands watch YouTube tutorials instructing them that they can change their jawline with their resting tongue and teeth position. Pictured: A mewing devotee shows off the results of mewing over a 12-month period.
The 27-year-old US man was found shot dead in his bed, face up under the covers, his SIG Sauer 9mm by his side. His girlfriend says he shot himself. Cops have come up empty. His mom says it was murder - and she’s out to prove it
Jonathan Crews (left) was found dead aged 27 with a bullet through his heart inside his apartment in Coppell, Texas on February 2, 2014. Brenda Lazaro (right), his girlfriend of three months, was on the scene and claimed Jonathan shot himself in attempt to 'prove' how much he loved her. But Jonathan's mother Pam, 57, (inset) is so convinced her son was murdered that she launched her own investigation into his death after police failed to solve it. Pam believes Brenda was upset Jonathan was breaking up with her over her ultimatum for him to decide between her or his friend Emily - so she shot him. Pam says that Jonathan remarked about Brenda: 'There's a bit of crazy and I'm not sure how deep it runs. I need to know before I can fully commit'. According to Pam, Brenda is manipulative and 'wicked,' but said she does not harbor hatred toward her.
Sculptor at war with his neighbour built giant metal hand giving V-sign over his fence... as he's given restraining order for harassment
Baron Tremain (inset), 54, allegedly attached the V-sign (left), or two fingered salute, at the top of a pole to annoy neighbours farm secretary Lisa, 42, and her accountant husband Jason (top right). The insulting sculpture was erected intermittently beside his wicker fence in the garden of his three-bedroom house Flint Cottage (bottom right) in Norwich over a six week period last year so it could be seen by the couple and their two children. But the gesture helped to land him in court after Mr and Mrs Woodcock complained that it was an act of harassment. Tremain said after the hearing that he was unable to comment due to his restraining order, but he described his v-sign sculpture as 'quite hilarious'.
Shocking moment thug launches flying kick at girl's FACE after brawl breaks out during US rapper Post Malone's concert at London's O2 arena?
A video filmed at US rapper Post Malone's gig at London’s O2 Arena last night shows several women brawling with each other in the stands. The man is then seen hanging on the railings above the scene before swinging himself forwards and kicking one of the women in the face. It is not clear how serious the injuries the victim suffered are but two spectators were removed from the venue. The London Ambulance Service said they were not called to the incident.
Prince Albert of Monaco celebrates his 61st birthday with his four-year-old twins and a decadent chocolate cake in sweet snaps shared by wife Princess Charlene?
Prince Albert, the son of Prince Rainier III and Princess Grace, formerly the actress Grace Kelly, turned 61 years old on Thursday in Monaco. Adorable photographs shared on Instagram Thursday by Princess Charlene show the reigning monarch holding the couple's four-year-old twins Jacques and Gabriella in his lap as he prepares to blow out the candles on his birthday cake.
Don't stop me now, I'm having such a good time! 50 children mark World Down Syndrome Day with an adorable video miming to the Queen classic to show they 'wouldn't change a thing'
Fifty people with Down's syndrome star in an adorable video miming to Queen's 'Don't Stop Me Now' to prove they 'wouldn't change a thing' - including a girl who plays an inflatable guitar (bottom middle), a boy who lifts weights (bottom left) and another who pretends to sing into a microphone. The video was released by the same team behind last year's viral clip, titled '50 Mums, 50 Kids, 1 Extra Chromosome', which saw families from across the UK use a form of sign language to sing along to Christina Perri's song A Thousand Years in the style of James Corden 's Carpool Karaoke. But the recent video, which has been released ahead of Down's Syndrome Day on March 21st, aims to prove they enjoy life just as much as anyone else.
Elon Musk's unveiling of the Model Y is overshadowed by his custom Tesla Jordan 1 sneakers made with python skin and Twitter users joke they are probably solar powered and self-tightened?
Tesla CEO Elon Musk unveiled the company's Model Y on Thursday but when a fan screamed that they liked his shoes, the billionaire did a jig to show off his custom made Jordan 1 sneakers (main). Created by DM Custom Sneakers (top inset), they have a red metallic leather swoosh and Tesla logo while the hide of the Jordans are made with 'black genuine python and black hair on hide.' Fans were enamored by the shoes, unable to even focus on the announcement of the new SUV (bottom inset).
Is he nuts?! Bizarre moment a stubborn squirrel faces off with a bald eagle in an epic tree-top showdown is captured by wildlife photographer
A nature photographer witnessed an unexpected upset in the animal kingdom on Monday, when a squirrel emerged victorious in a fearsome battle with a huge eagle. Roger Stevens Jr. was driving past a Rite Aide store in Lincoln, Maine, when he glanced out the window and spotted a bald eagle perched atop a tree. Believing the bird to be acting strangely, Stevens - who says he never leaves home without his camera - pulled over his car to snap some pictures.
What have I drone? Man looks crestfallen after flying his high-speed gadget through a glass door at his home?
A guy flies a drone in his garden at high speed. Flying so fast, it breaks the glass door (pictured), creating a big hole in it. The owner of the drone then enters the house, looking at the broken glass in despair. He stops for a few seconds before taking the rest of the equipment off his body and walking towards the broken glass. After looking at the drone (inset) for a while, he heads towards the camera and shows it clearly.
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Every day he's shuffling! Sweden's King Carl Gustaf, 72, shows off his VERY impressive dance moves while waiting to greet guests for an official government dinner
King Carl?XVI Gustaf, 72, showed off his dance moves at the Royal Palace in Stockholm last night (left) during a few spare moments before welcoming guests. The King was standing next to Queen Silvia before he decided to shuffle across the floor, but she didn't seem to react. Left to right: Princess Sofia, Prince Carl Philip, Queen Silvia, King Carl?XVI Gustaf, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel.
Tear-jerking moment Marine vet helps his father, 66, who suffers with Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, to dance with his adorable three-year-old granddaughter dressed as a princess
Little Paisley Evans danced with?grandfather Ricky as her dad Dean supported. The heartwarming footage shows the three generations swaying together. Dean looks proudly on as the pair dance to Disney's Beauty and the Beast. The clip has been watched more than a million times on Facebook. Dean left active service after eight years to help care for his father in December. Ricky from Waldorf, Maryland, first developed symptoms in 2011.
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Mud, sweat and cheers: The 'Big Ditch' men who spent seven long years building the Manchester Ship Canal... before Queen Victoria opened it as a glory of the industrial age in 1894
If the men survived their punishing shifts - 130 were killed in the waterway's construction - they would almost certainly suffer from lifelong disfigurements and disabilities. While the city's 'Big Ditch' is still used by boats to breeze effortlessly through the port to this day, a collection of antique photographs reveals the seven-year grind endured by the men who dredged the canal by hand (top right). Diving crews (left and bottom right) were also used in the construction slog.
Oil painting swirls, raging storms and Jupiter's famous 'Great Red Spot': Stunning close-ups of the planet are captured by NASA'S Juno probe
NASA's Juno orbiter probe launched in 2011 has revealed detailed images of the swirling gas clouds covering Jupiter in its search for clues as to how the planet formed. The stunning detail was captured by the camera on the spacecraft known as the JunoCam, specifically designed to take pictures of the planet's polar regions. The mission is the first to capture the polar regions of Jupiter (left) and its colourful cloud formations (top right), including the famous 'Great Red Spot' (bottom right).