She allegedly hung up on a supermarket employee hiding during this weekend's shooting rampage that left 10 dead.
The US President says the suspect in the killing of 10 Black people in New York state belonged to a "hateful minority".
The shooter, identified as Payton Gendron, had previously threatened a shooting at his high school last June.
The man live streamed the shooting and US media says a manifesto posted online references the 2019 Christchurch mosques terrorist attack.
Coroner Brigitte Windley has released the scope of what will, and won't, be covered in the upcoming coronial inquest into the March 15, 2019 terrorist attack.
The explosion ripped through a van inside the University of Karachi campus.
The SIS was calling the knife attacker a terrorist for years, at the same time as courts were hearing he was a high, medium or even low-risk threat.
Mainland Football has launched a programme named in Atta Elayyan's honour.
The agencies say it’s been larger in scope than previously anticipated.
Sara Qasem and her family live their lives to honour their father.
Muslims living in Australia have recounted the threats to their safety following the March 2019 terrorist attack.
“We will always remember and acknowledge the 51 shaheed who died as a result of the terrorist attack on March 15," the PM said.
On March 15 2019, Temel Atacocugu was shot nine times, now he's retracing the terrorist's path in the name of peace.
"It sent a message to terrorist leaders across the world. We will come after you and we will find you," US President Joe Biden said.
police had engaged with the man to "attempt to deradicalise him" but he continued to promote Islamic State material online.
Senior Constables Scott Carmody and Jim Manning arrested the gunman after shunting his vehicle off the road in 2019, they are receiving medals for their bravery.
Naeem Rashid's courage in Christchurch on March 15, 2019, has been recognised in the New Zealand Bravery Awards 2021, along with nine others.
Lawyer Tony Ellis said the terrorist said his guilty pleas were obtained by "duress".
Chief Coroner Deborah Marshall consulted with the victims' families and other interested parties beforehand.
“He was killed doing a job that he loves, serving his own constituents," The British PM said.