Footage of the attack on one of the mosques was broa

  dcast live on Facebook, and a “manifesto” denouncing immigrants as

“invaders” was also posted online via links to related social media accounts.

  It is customary in Islam to bury the dead within 24 hours but no bodies have

been released because of the investigation, police said.

  Arden said bodies would be handed over to families from Sunday evening.

  ”It is likely, however, to be a small number to begin with,” she told a media

briefing, adding that all should be returned by Wednesday.

  Ardern said police would be posted at all mosques while they are open.

  Police Commissioner Mike Bush said the body of the 50th victim was found at

the Al Noor mosque, where more than 40 people

died after a gunman entered and shot at people with a semi-automatic rifle with

high-capacity magazines, before travelling to a second mosque.

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An additional report should be produced within three

months on how the petition has been processed, according to the SPP.

Prosecuting authorities have been treating the protection of human rights as being as important as fighting crime, Zhang said.

“Our work is based on facts and laws as well as the principle of ‘no one is let off, no one is wronged’,” he said.

Last year, prosecutors turned down police requests to formally arrest

168,458 people and dropped charges against 34,398 others — up by 15.9 percent and 14.1

percent year-on-year — because of insufficient evidence or because their actions did not constitute a crime.

“Even one wrongful case is too much,” Zhang said, adding that prosecutors will make consist

ent efforts to prevent wrongful cases and make timely rectification once such a case is detected.

“We should be responsible to the law, history and the people,” he said.

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ccording to witness testimony provided to CNN by forme

  residents, the Chagosians were herded into the hold of two c

argo ships, then dumped on the quayside in Mauritius or the Seychelles. The pets they left

behind were rounded up by soldiers and gassed. Their houses left to the jungle.

  ”People were living in cemeteries or in cattle houses, anywhere they could get a roof over their h

eads,” says Isobel Charlot, whose family wound up in Mauritius. “The Chagos Islands were b

eautiful. Going to Mauritius abruptly made them depressed, many became alcoholics.”

  In the 1980s, the UK paid some $5.2 million to more than 1,300 islanders on the condition they renounce their right to retu

rn.In 1946, 167 natives of the Bikini Atoll were persuaded to leave their paradise chain of 23 coral islands with twist

ing palm trees and aquamarine waters, after Commodore Ben H Wyatt, the military governor of the Marshall Islan

ds, to which the atoll belonged, told them their land was needed for “the good of mankind and to end all world wars.”

  In reality, that meant dropping 23 nuclear weapons on Bikini between 1946 and 1958, as par

t of the Cold War nuclear arms race — including the most powerful explosion ever detonated by the US.

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Highlights of news conference of the Ministry of Commerce

  Zhong Shan, Minister of Commerce; Wang Shouwen, Vice-Minister of Commerce and Deputy China Internatio

nal Trade Representative, and Vice-Minister of Commerce Qian Keming, answered questions on China’s domestic market and all-round opening-up at

a press conference during the second session of the 13th National People’s Congress on March 9, 2019.

  China’s total social consumption in 2018 reached 38.1 trillion yuan, up 9 percent ye

ar-on-year, Minister of Commerce Zhong Shan said on Saturday during a media conference.

  Consumption contributed 76.2 percent of last year’s economic growth, Zhong said.H

ope is rising for the Sino-US trade talks as both negotiation teams are trying their best to turn the consensus reac

hed between both countries’ leaders into reality, according to the Ministry of Commerce on Saturday.

  Tariff hikes do no help any parties, Wang Shouwen, vice-minister of commerce, told a press conference during the two sessions on Saturday.

  A mutually beneficial agreement between China an

d the United States will meet both countries’ interest and also the whole world’s expectation, Wang added.

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The dinner session was thought to serve as a tone

setting test for the formal talks scheduled on Thursday morning, which may decide the future of

a peace process that has been stalled after the two leaders’ Singapore summit in June.

On Wednesday, Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi said that Beij

ing hopes the Hanoi summit between Kim and Trump will take an important ste

p forward to achieve denuclearization and establish a peace mechanism on the Korean Peninsula.

“China expects the meeting between leaders of the DPRK and the US will continue moving

forward in the direction of the ‘dual-track’ approach,” Wang said at a news conference after the 16th me

eting of the foreign ministers of China, Russia and India in Wuzhen, Zhejiang province.

Analysts have described Kim and Trump’s Singapore summit as focused on breaking the ice to p

ave the way for full-scale diplomacy on denuclearization, improved ties and a formal conclusion to the

war on the Korean Peninsula, going beyond the armistice reached in 1953. Now the two nations are facing a more da

unting task of attempting to reach specific deals over details, going beyond a vaguely worded joint statement, they said.

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