He faces 50 murder charges and 39 attempted murder charges. Tarrant has fired his lawyer and will represent himself in court. Tarrant has been remanded without a plea. "It is an entirely ordinary step taken in the process and I don't think anything should be read into it", Mander said. "If he has lawyers, he will be speaking a lot less in court", said Graeme Edgeler, a Wellington-based barrister and legal commentator.
The two sides, he said, have negotiated some of the toughest points, but there are still some ways to go . And he's getting angrier and angrier, and then I saved it: "I said, 'You know, I don't blame you, I blame the leaders of our country for allowing that to happen, '" he said at the National Republican Congressional Committee Annual Spring Dinner, according to the Washington Examiner.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has called the mosque killings a well-planned "terrorist attack" and taken immediate steps to tighten the country's gun laws . "I don't feel fear", he said. We can't do nothing. Hodge said New Zealand and Australia were trying to preserve the ancient common-law approach to a fair trial, but that it seemed quaint in an era where people could easily find more information or images on the internet.
Venezuela's self-declared interim president Juan Guaido on Tuesday challenged authorities to arrest him after the Constituent Assembly loyal to President Nicolas Maduro stripped him of his parliamentary immunity, reports dpa news. "Take a look at the map of the US military bases-the whole world is dotted with red spots and each of them poses rather serious risks", said Lavrov.
The LNA's leader Haftar ordered his forces to advance on Tripoli on Thursday, as UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres was in the city to discuss the ongoing crisis. Sixty vehicles had also been seized, Alhudair said. Since 2014, Haftar's forces have wrested control of Libya's oil crescent from mostly government-aligned militias and Islamist groups in the east where oil fields and export terminals are located.
The Indonesian Ministry of Environment and Forestry revealed they had busted a smuggling ring intent on selling 41 Komodo dragons, which can fetch about $35,000 each! The island, in Maggarai Barat Indonesia , has been a major tourist destination, with many making the trip to see the lizard, which has a poisonous bite, can grow up to three metres long and weigh 50kg.