They included Asif Shaikh, 44, who said he was among more than 100 people at the Al Noor mosque when the attacker came in. Christchurch Hospital on Saturday said most of the victims were men aged between 30 and 60, but children and women were also involved.
Tarrant is scheduled to appear in court again on April 5.
A leader is never more needed or valued as in a time of crisis, and for the people of Christchurch and New Zealand their Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has been a pillar of strength.
Police urged all mosques across New Zealand to stay closed over the weekend for security reasons.
The manifesto also said he chose to make his attack in New Zealand to show that nowhere in the world was safe. He said his mother, who was at the Linwood mosque with his father and brother, saw two people shot.
The video of Ardern's press conference in Wellington was published online by local broadcaster.
None of the bodies of the victims were immediately released due to the investigation, leaving families unable to bury their dead within the 24 hours customary in Islam.
The New Zealand premier said that he had been in possession of a "Category A" gun licence obtained in 2017. "There were two semi-automatic weapons and two shotguns". Tarrant did not apply to have the judge suppress his name from the media, Australian broadcaster ABC reports.
"Any loss of life at the hands of extremists regardless of religion, race or colour should be condemned in the strongest of terms".
On Monday, government officials plan to hold a cabinet meeting which will "focus on the ease with which legal weapons can be modified to become military-style assault rifles, which are more strictly controlled".
Police Association President Chris Cahill backed tighter gun laws, saying the weapons used in the mosque shootings were banned in Australia after the Port Arthur massacre in 1996 in which 35 people were gunned down.
The Pacific Islands Association of non-governmental Organisations (PIANGO) also expressed its "heartfelt grief and sorrow" over the attacks.
They shared a video message from musicians SOL3MIO, who dedicated a song to "New Zealand, and to family and friends".
New Zealand Police Commissioner Mike Bush on Sunday told reporters four other people arrested during Friday's police operation attack have either been released or charged with "tangential" offences.
"You may have chosen us", Ardern said, addressing the suspect. "Rhetoric of racism, division and extremism has no place not only in New Zealand but I would say in a society as a whole".
Tate acknowledged the signing on Twitter, tweeting an image of the "I love New York" logo and making it his new profile picture. NFL Media's Ian Rapoport reported earlier Thursday the Patriots and Steelers had shown interest.
Mrs Foster has said she hopes to invite Mr Trump to attend the Open Championship at Portrush this July. The visit and the news conference were the day after the June 23 Brexit vote, not the day before.
There are no immediate reports of any injuries, but homes and trees were damaged and power was knocked out to thousands. Joseph temporarily receded, forecasts still call for the swollen river to rise into major flood stage next week.
Federer received a walkover to the final, where he will play either Austria's Dominic Thiem or Milos Raonic of Canada. Nadal choked up discussing his withdrawal last fall and he appeared near tears on Saturday.
Twenty years on, he will be back in Barcelona for the second leg of the quarterfinal tie as Red Devils coach. Will Guardiola lead City to the Champions League crown this season? "I'm coming back to my second home".
Meanwhile, a source tied to O'Rourke's campaign confirmed to Reuters that the ex-congressman would be running. Robert is O'Rourke's legal first name. "This will help John Cornyn and help the Republicans", Branham said.
They include the way the eggs were cooked, or changes to peoples' diets that occurred after the study information was gathered. By the end of the follow-up period, the group had experienced 5,400 cardiovascular events and 6,132 deaths from any cause.
Josh van der Flier had been withdrawn from the squad earlier this week with a groin injury sustained in last Sunday's game. Replacements: N Scannell, D Kilcoyne, A Porter, Q Roux, J Conan, K Marmion, J Carty, J Larmour.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern described the twin shooting - the worst in her country's history - as a terror attack. He said he was in New Zealand temporarily while he "planned and trained" the attack.
But Scotland produced a sensational comeback to grab five second half tries to lead 38-31 on Saturday (Sunday NZ time). They played some good rugby and punished us. "The massive improvement for us is in our mindset", he said.
Edmund , who won the Indian Wells second-tier Challenger event last week, struggled on serve in the opening set. Federer's simple victory over Edmund was not to be taken lightly, even if it only took 63 minutes .
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Until Kerber stopped her, Williams had won four matches in a row for the first time since past year in the desert. As soon as I had a chance on the first forehand, I was able to find my way to be the one dictating the point.
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Options include a long delay, exiting with Mrs May's deal, leaving without a deal or even another referendum. Most Conservative MPs voted against delaying Brexit, including 7 cabinet members Mrs.