We are closing our live coverage. Here are today's main developments.
- Australian Brenton Tarrant, 28, appeared in court on a single murder charge in connection with the murder of 49 people at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand on Friday.
- Tarrant smirked in court and flashed what is said to be a white power symbol.
- New Zealand's Attorney-General David Parker told media outlets that New Zealand would ban semi-automatic rifles.
- New Zealand police will hold a press conference at 09:30 on Sunday (20:30 GMT Saturday). At an earlier press conference, Police Commissioner Mike Bush said that only one gunman is believed to have been involved in Friday's terror attack.
- Some of the 49 victims were identified, including Pakistani-born Naeem Rashid, who tried to tackle the gunman, and his teenage son Talha.
- A far-right Australian senator who was criticised for his remarks in the wake of the attack repeatedly punched a teenage boy who hit him with an egg.
- Social media companies have faced criticism after the attack was live-streamed on a Go Pro camera attached to the gunman's head.