People in New Zealand pay tribute to victims of mass shooting
People in New Zealand are paying tribute to those who died in the mass shooting. Floral tributes and messages of support were seen near mosques in Christchurch, where the tragedy happened. /VCG Photo

People in New Zealand are paying tribute to those who died in the mass shooting. Floral tributes and messages of support were seen near mosques in Christchurch, where the tragedy happened. /VCG Photo

As people could not reach the mosques which were enclosed, they left flowers and cards as close as they were allowed to go. "This is your home and you should have been safe here," one of the messages reads. /VCG Photo

As people could not reach the mosques which were enclosed, they left flowers and cards as close as they were allowed to go. "This is your home and you should have been safe here," one of the messages reads. /VCG Photo

On Saturday, the death toll rose to 50, with 50 others injured. New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern earlier said in a speech many of those who were directly affected might be migrants and even refugees who had made New Zealand home. /VCG Photo

On Saturday, the death toll rose to 50, with 50 others injured. New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern earlier said in a speech many of those who were directly affected might be migrants and even refugees who had made New Zealand home. /VCG Photo

Bodies of the victims have not been returned to families as more work is to be done to determine the cause of death for each victim. Their identities have also not been revealed. /VCG Photo

Bodies of the victims have not been returned to families as more work is to be done to determine the cause of death for each victim. Their identities have also not been revealed. /VCG Photo

The attack is the worst mass shooting in the country's history. The prime minister described it as "one of New Zealand's darkest days." /VCG Photo

The attack is the worst mass shooting in the country's history. The prime minister described it as "one of New Zealand's darkest days." /VCG Photo