Six Countries Have Claimed Victims in New Zealand Mosque Attacks

Six countries claimed to have citizens involved in the mass shootings at two New Zealand mosques late Thursday, in which 49 people are confirmed dead and dozens more are injured. Pakistan, Turkey, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Malaysia and Saudi Arabia have all responded to the Christchurch attacks, claiming so far their citizens were either injured or survived the attacks. So far, none of the victims have been identified. Each country is asking people to register missing persons or themselves as alive on a tracking website so family members and authorities have access to the most updated information.