Christchurch attacks

Facebook curbs Live feature

The tech giant said there would be a "one-strike policy" banning those who violate new Facebook Live rules.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern called the measures a "good first step".

In March the gunman live-streamed the attacks in New Zealand, where 51 people died.

Ms Ardern is chairing the summit with French President Emmanuel Macron. It aims to co-ordinate international efforts to stop social media being used to organise and promote terrorism.

Turkish man wounded in Christchurch mosque attacks dies

The death raises the toll from the attacks on 15 March to 51.

Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Twitter the man who was "critically wounded in the treacherous attack in Christchurch" had died.

Police said in a statement they were informed late last night that a man injured in the Al Noor Mosque on 15 March had died.

The 46-year-old had been in a critical condition in Christchurch Hospital since the terror attack.

Tonga police open to cooperation post Christchurch attacks

Following the renewal of Tonga's membership of the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL), the commissioner Stephen Caldwell said it would help Tonga meet the threat of cross border crime, including drug trafficking.

Tonga rejoined INTERPOL in November last year after a 12-year hiatus from the organisation.

In a statement, Mr Caldwell said crime was becoming more complex and Tongan police needed to strengthen cooperation with other agencies.

"We need to share information quickly, and we need to make the world a smaller place for criminals," he said.