Khaled Mustafa, a recent refugee from Syria, had also been killed at the Al Noor mosque, Syrian Solidarity New Zealand spokesman Ali Akil told news website Stuff.
Meanwhile, the number of the injured people from the terror attacks stood at 50, and 36 of them were still being treated in Christchurch Hospital, with two remaining in intensive care unit and one child at a children's hospital, Xinhua reported citing the police.
"I can't imagine a country where it is less likely that they will just utter "thoughts and prayers" and let it slide", he said.
"At this moment, only one person has been charged in relation to these attacks", he said. New South Wales police commissioner Mick Fuller said police had visited Tarrant's childhood home in the town of Grafton, north of Sydney, and spoken to family members as part of their investigation. He live-streamed the attack from a head-mounted camera and identified himself in the footage.
"We are in the midst of a surge of right-wing terrorism that has been metastasising in plain sight while generating only a muted response from domestic counter-terrorism authorities", he said.
When the gunman entered the Al Noor mosque, there were around 400 people inside.
At first, Mr Taylor and his colleagues had no idea what was happening, initially believing the alarms, sirens and general panic sweeping through the New Zealand city were signs of another quake, similar to the 6.2-level seismic disaster that destroyed massive swathes of the city in 2011.
"They are very proud of how their gun laws have worked", Alpers said.
"Shocked and strongly condemn the Christchurch, New Zealand, terrorist attack on mosques".
Abdul Fatah, a computer engineer in his 50s, was shot dead at Al Noor mosque said his old friend, and a survivor of the massacre, Mohammed al Jabawe.
His brother, Muath Elyan, said Mohammed helped establish the mosque a year after arriving in New Zealand, where he teaches engineering at a university and runs a consultancy.
Nine people from India or of Indian origin have gone missing, the Indian envoy in New Zealand has said.
She said police security at mosques across New Zealand would continue until "it is deemed there is no longer a threat".
Aziz was at the Linwood mosque with his four sons when he rushed the attacker armed with the only weapon he could find - a hand-held credit card machine. He also had more assault weapons in the trunk of his vehicle, along with what appeared to be explosives.
Police did not say whether the same person was responsible for both shootings.
Video of the massacre shows one man gunned down as he rushes the shooter, while others flee. Two men faced charges unrelated or "tangential" to the attack, while the woman has already been released.
Brenton Tarrant, 28, used five guns - "two semi-automatic weapons, two shotguns and a lever-action firearm", the prime minister said.
"Our gun law will be changed", said Ardern. The minimum legal age to own a gun in New Zealand is 16, or 18 for military-style semi-automatic weapons.
"I can tell you one thing right now - our gun laws will change".
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.