UN Human Rights Council denounces N.Zealand attacks

                             <p>By Erdogan Cagatay Zontur and Bayram Altug</p>  <p>ANKARA (AA) - The head of the UN Human Rights Council has called Friday’s attacks on two mosques in New Zealand that left at least 49 people dead as “racist, Islamophobic, and terrorist”.</p>  <p>“Racism is contrary to everything we stand for,” Michelle Bachelet told the Human Rights Council, meeting in Geneva on Friday.</p>  <p>Gunmen opened fire on worshippers during Friday prayers at the Al Noor and Linwood mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.</p>  <p>Four suspects -- three men and one woman -- have been detained so far.</p>  <p>Bachelet added that the council “stands for an end to racism, an end to intolerance and xenophobia, and an end to discrimination of every kind.”</p>  <p>“The murderous Islamophobic and terrorist attack, just hours ago, on two mosques in New Zealand is yet another terrible reminder that racism kills,” Bachelet added.</p>  <p>Bachelet reiterated that the council “stands with victims in their grief and their demand for justice; and that we will struggle – every day of every year – against all forms of racism.&quot;</p>