Tarrant arrived on a three-month tourist visa and stayed in Israel for nine days in October 2016, immigration authority spokeswoman Sabine Haddad said.
"She was engaged, she was concerned, she knew what to say".
Facebook has revealed that it removed almost 1.5 million videos of the Christchurch mosque shootings in which 50 people were killed and another 50 people injured, after a gunman opened fire on worshippers on Friday, March 15 at two mosques in New Zealand. A series of reform attempts in recent years have failed. "So social media companies - which have played a role in this, albeit not through their intent - have something to answer for and need to act further to prevent this".
Spokesman Mohammad Faisal? in his latest tweet Sunday said Zeeshan Raza, his father Ghulam Hussain and mother Karam Bibi are now confirmed to have killed in the terrorist attack in Christchurch. They had a review and that review recommended much stronger laws, including a ban on these military weapons, including the registration of all guns.
Amid calls for increased targeting of white supremacist groups, Dutton said far-right extremists had always been on the radar of Australian authorities.
The role of social media has also come under the spotlight, after the gunman livestreamed his rampage on Facebook.
Eva Angali and her boyfriend Chase Beardsley dropped off flowers on Monday at growing memorial to the Christchurch victims. In the "manifesto" the suspect praised the United States president as "a symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose" but said he did not support his policies.
"On behalf of all New Zealanders we grieve, together we are one, they are us", the prime minister wrote.
"It brings to mind our own values and why we find this so abhorrent". Ardern said trauma support would be available at centers across the community and in schools.
Before Friday's attack, New Zealand's deadliest shooting in modern history took place in 1990 in the small town of Aramoana, where a gunman killed 13 people following a dispute with a neighbor.
David Tipple, owner of Gun City, said the alleged gunman bought four "A category" firearms and ammunition through a "police-verified online mail order process". He also said that Tarrant did not appear to be mentally unstable and that he has chose to represent himself in court.
Footage of the attack on one of the mosques was broadcast live on Facebook.
"The way he presented was rational and someone who was not suffering any mental disability".
"We are supposed to be a safe place to go about your business and regardless of what your faith is no one should've had to go through what we went through on Friday", city resident Russell Falcome-Price said. Do you think there will be dramatic changes to New Zealand's guns laws? We're a club, we do our things but, nah, that's just wrong in every way possible, ' one said.
The prime minster said that if the document had "provided details that could have been acted upon immediately it would have been".
Dozens of graves were being dug in readiness for that release, which Police Deputy Commissioner Wally Haumaha said he hoped would happen soon.
Ardern said she expected all the dead would have been returned to their families by Wednesday.
Thirty-four people were in Christchurch Hospital, with 12 in intensive care, while a child was moved to a children's hospital in Auckland.
The ripples from Friday's horror continued to spread across New Zealand, with the brief shuttering of an airport in Dunedin after a suspicious package sparked a security alert.