Australia, a staunch ally of the U.S. and its action against ISIS, has been on heightened alert for attacks by home-grown radicals
The siege horrified Australia and prompted a mass outpouring of grief that saw thousands of flowers laid near the cafe
Iranian-born, self-styled cleric Man Haron Monis held 17 people hostage at the Lindt chocolate cafe
An inquest into the deadly 16-hour Sydney cafe siege heard that hostage Katrina Dawson was killed by fragments from a police bullet
Marcia Mikhael wants a “six-figure sum” to share her “wonderful story,” her lawyer says
Abbott did not raise Australia’s terror alert level beyond its current high, but cautioned that “at this level, an attack is likely”
Amirah Droudis, 35, had been on bail for a year since being charged with the brutal killing of Monis’s ex-wife
Manal Kassem, dressed in an opulent wedding dress, hijab, and veil, laid her bridal flower bouquet in tribute to those killed
Abbott has ordered an urgent enquiry amid mounting criticism that authorities failed to protect the public
Man Haron Monis, the Iranian-born self-styled cleric, died along with two of the people he had taken hostage
Prime Minister Tony Abbott said the government would publish a report on how the siege unfolded
The gunman, widely named in the media as Iranian-born Man Haron Monis, also died in the siege
Born in Iran, the 50-year-old was named in reports hours before being gunned down as the ‘cleric’ who triggered a security lockdown in the heart of Sydney
Australian TV presenter Natalie Barr broke down in tears live on air Monday after the death of one of the hostages was reported. Barr was overcome ...
Australia is on high alert after heavily armed police stormed a Sydney cafe early on Tuesday morning
Social media was abuzz with comments denouncing such acts of terror in the name of Islam
A video uploaded to YouTube on Monday, reportedly shot in the Sydney Lindt Café where a gunman held dozens at gunpoint, showed four of the ...
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