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 randomly at people with a semi-automatic rifle with high-capacity magazines, before travelling to a second mosque to do the same.
"Many of the people require multiple trips to the theatre to deal with the complex series of injuries they have", said Christchurch Hospital's Chief of Surgery Greg Robertson.
Brenton Harrison Tarrant, 28, has been charged with murder in relation to the massacre on Friday, in which 49 people were killed and 42 injured.
Judge Paul Kellar said although Tarrant was facing only one murder charge, it was "reasonable to assume there will be other charges".
He also praised the two officers who arrested Tarrant.
"New Zealanders are devastated", Jackson said in a statement to Variety. One victim died at a hospital.
Khokhur, 58, and husband Mehaboobbhai Khokhur, 65, had traveled from India to spend time with their son Imran, their first visit in the eight years since he moved to New Zealand.
New Zealand law enforcement is working with Australian intelligence and police in the "wide-reaching" investigation, the commissioner said.
Police urged all mosques across New Zealand to stay closed over the weekend for security reasons. The minimum legal age to own a gun in New Zealand is 16, or 18 for military-style semi-automatic weapons. Therefore, as with so many high profile attackers in the US, there was nothing to prevent him from passing background checks to acquire a gun license.
During a Saturday press conference, Ardern said the gunman had two semi-automatic weapons, two shotguns, and a lever-action firearm (five firearms in total).
Vehicles are prohibited, but people can walk closer to the mosques where the shooting happened on Friday.
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