Multiple people have been arrested in connection with the attack as the public demands justice.
An Instagram Page Held A Competition To Meet The Families Of Those Killed In The Christchurch Attack
The competition was announced to celebrate the page reaching 300,000 followers.
He has no restaurant experience and taught himself by watching YouTube videos.
A Leaked Explicit Group Chat Including One Of K-Pop’s Biggest Idols Has Led To A New #MeToo Movement
Women in South Korea are having their voices heard through social media, and there’s fresh hope that men will be held accountable for their actions.
This Comic Of The New Zealand Silver Fern Made Up Of The Christchurch Muslims Praying Has Gone Viral
"There were a lot of silhouettes to draw. It brought home to me the death toll and the destruction one man can do with the right weapons."
"I hope I can show everyone that even though my skin is covered in scars, I can still be confident and convey a different idea of beauty," Lia Jiang told BuzzFeed News.
"This is your home and you should have been safe here."
"I want to show that Muslim fashion is something that goes beyond the boundaries of religion and that anyone can empathize with and enjoy it."
“Sometimes I feel like a shopping list of hardships, but if I didn’t go through all these difficulties, I wouldn’t be the same woman I am today,” Ali told BuzzFeed News.
The church took advantage of an obscure Dutch law that forbids police to interrupt church services.
Chinese Kids Are Getting Their Parents, Their Parents’ Parents, And Their Parents’ Parents’ Parents Involved In A Meme
I'm not crying, you're crying.
So. Much. Happened. This. Year.
“I didn’t want to be a lab rat,” a man who dropped out of the experiment told a Chinese magazine.
People Are Loving This Drag Queen Who Has Become The Voice Of The Resistance Against "Brazil's Donald Trump"
"An icon who never disappoints!"
"During the last phase of my takeoff, he was still on that tower waiting for me to go up," the pilot of the plane told BuzzFeed News. "That's why I call him my guardian angel."
The program also told Chinese tourists that if they "see a person with their dog on the street, this does not mean they have just bought their lunch."