The suspect in the New Zealand terror attacks had financial links to a far-right group in Austria, it has emerged.
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said his government is considering dissolving the Identitarian Movement of Austria after its leader received a “disproportionately high donation” from a person with the same surname as Brenton Tarrant, the man accused of the mass shootings at two mosques in Christchurch.
Mr Kurz added that Austria will apply the “full force of the law” and there can be “no tolerance for dangerous ideologies, wherever they come from”.
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