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Christchurch shootings: Brenton Tarrant appears in court

Christchurch shootings: Brenton Tarrant appears in court

World
The main suspect in the killings of 49 people in shootings at two mosques in New Zealand on Friday has appeared in court on a single murder charge.Australian Brenton Tarrant, 28, was brought to the dock in a white prison shirt and handcuffs. Further charges are expected to be made against him.PM Jacinda Ardern said Mr Tarrant had five guns and a firearms licence, adding: "Our gun laws will change." Two others are in custody. None of those detained had a criminal record.Mr Tarrant, described as a white nationalist extremist, stood silently during the brief hearing. He was remanded in custody without plea and is due to appear in court again on 5 April.The prime minister called the attack in Christchurch "an act of terror". Official...
Peter Andre appears in Michael Jackson Leaving Neverland doc after defending star

Peter Andre appears in Michael Jackson Leaving Neverland doc after defending star

Entertainment
Viewers of the controversial Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland were left shocked tonight when Peter Andre made an appearance.The 46-year-old Mysterious Girl singer can be seen as a child taking part in a dance competition to meet the King Of Pop.Peter can be seen wearing a fedora hat and a red bow tie, along with Jackson's signature short trousers, white socks and loafers.He is surrounded by other children, who also entered the competition back in 1987. Related Articles The star – who was famously married to Katie Price – reportedly came second in the contest, which was won by Wade Robson – who went on to allege Jackson sexually abused him.According to The Sun, Wade was actually too young to enter the competition at the time, and if he'd been caught, Peter ...
Nasa's New Horizons: 'Space snowman' appears squashed

Nasa's New Horizons: 'Space snowman' appears squashed

Science
It seems the "space snowman" is more like a "gingerbread man".Scientists studying the distant object known as Ultima Thule are revising ideas about its shape after examining the latest images downlinked to Earth.The pictures, taken by the New Horizons probe on 1 January, show the apparently bulbous body to be quite flat.This interpretation is evident from the data acquired by the Nasa spacecraft when it looked back at icy Ultima Thule as it zoomed past at 50,000km/h.The small world appears dark apart from a crescent of sunlight along its limb. But scientists can tell from the way background stars blink on and off where its edges are.Rather than being two relatively spherical bodies in contact with each other, Ultima Thule in this...
Nicola Roberts appears underwear-free in titillating nude illusion dress

Nicola Roberts appears underwear-free in titillating nude illusion dress

Entertainment
The former Girls Aloud star has been going the extra mile with her outfits lately, but her most recent ensemble is something else. In a decidedly scandalous dress, the fiery redhead stripped near-nude in material that barely covered her assets. The minuscule ensemble not only flaunted her pins, but the babe embraced a complete nude frontal view in the chained-up middle. The middle of the dress was completely slashed, and the babe flaunted her underboob, while the nude illusion hid everything else.  Related Articles With slits left, right and centre, the babe shared a lot more skin than usual, with her upper-body hogging the limelight. While celebrating her curves in the prominent outfit, Nicola toned it down when it came to ha...
RBI governor appears before Parliamentary panel; assures steps to strengthen banking system

RBI governor appears before Parliamentary panel; assures steps to strengthen banking system

Finance
RBI Governor Urjit Patel today faced tough questions from a parliamentary panel on bad loans, bank frauds, cash crunch and other issues even as he assured the members that steps were being taken to strengthen the system, sources said. Sources present at the meeting of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Finance said the RBI Governor expressed confidence of tiding over the crisis regarding non-performing assets (NPAs). Some members of the committee, headed by senior Congress leader Veerappa Moily, sought to know about the reasons for recent instances of ATMs running out of cash and why enough steps were not taken to tackle banking frauds. Patel told the panel that steps were being taken to strengthen the banking system. "We are confident that we will be able to tide over the crisis," a ...