Eiffel Tower goes dark for New Zealand attack

            <br></p>                <p>By Yusuf Ozcan</p>  <p> PARIS (AA) - The Eiffel Tower plunged in darkness on Saturday in memory of Muslims who were killed in a terrorist attack in New Zealand.</p>  <p> The lights were turned off at the midnight by order of Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo.</p>  <p>&quot;Once again, hatred struck women, men and children because they were Muslims,&quot; she tweeted Friday and expressed condolences to &quot;the people of New Zealand, the people of Christchurch and the Muslim community.&quot;</p>  <p>A gunman opened fire on worshippers during Friday prayers at the Al Noor and Linwood mosques in Christchurch.</p>  <p>Four suspects -- three men and one woman -- have been detained. One suspected has been reportedly released.</p>  <p>The tower's lights were dimmed peviously in memory of those who lost their lives as a result of terrorist attacks in various countries.</p>  <p> </p>  <p>*Writing by Beyza Binnur Donmez</p>  <p>