It’s a practice that seems to be all too common, but it happened again over the weekend.
Religious leaders and community members gathered Sunday by the Riverdale Monument to mourn the victims of a tragedy.
This time it was for the 50 people who died in a shooting rampage across two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, on March 15. The death toll was initially 49, but officials discovered another body on Saturday, according to New Zealand police commissioner Mike Bush. Another 50 were wounded.