People around the world gather to condemn Christchurch mosque attacks

Protests have taken place around the world as people gather to condemn the terror attack on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Dozens were killed and injured in the mass shooting that targeted Muslim worshippers during Friday prayers.

The attack has promoted outrage across the globe, particularly among Muslim communities.

Pakistan: A boy holds a placard in a protest in Karachi. Credit: AP
Turkey: A man holding a photo from one of the scenes of the mosque attacks, Istanbul. Credit: AP
Turkey: A demonstrator holding a placard that reads in Turkish: 'Say 'Stop' to Global Terror' during a protest in Istanbul. Credit: AP
Pakistan: Men hold placards with 'Muslims are victims of terrorism' as they demonstrate in Islamabad. Credit: AP
Britain: A young girl holds a sign outside the New Zealand Embassy in London. Credit: AP
India: Muslims hold placards during a condolence meeting and protest in Mumbai. Credit: AP
Australia: Worshippers pray for victims and families of the Christchurch shootings during an evening vigil a the Lakemba Mosque in Wakemba, New South Wales. Credit: AP
A woman hangs banners from multi-faith group 'Turn to Love' during a vigil at New Zealand House in London. Credit: AP