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Paul Thomas: Stumped by insensitivity over school massacre
Paul Thomas: Stumped by insensitivity over school massacre

How many Pakistani children have to be slaughtered to stop a cricket match? We don't know, but it's more than 132, writes…

'They've killed my beautiful boy'

In five words, Ken Johnson - father of Sydney cafe siege victim Tori Johnson - summed up the emotion surrounding this week's…

Kiwi's foreign fighter trial

A Kiwi accused of obtaining a New Zealand passport to fight in Syria will stand trial in Melbourne. Amin Mohamed, 23, is…

Slain teacher: 'You must kill me first'

The wounded children of Peshawar Army Public School paid tribute to the teachers who died saving their lives as Pakistan…

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Last Nazi death camp guard to face trial

A 93-year-old German man Oskar Groening, who claims he was an accountant at Auschwitz, to go on trial for being an accessory…

Girl trying to join Isis hauled off plane

A 15-year-old was prevented from joining Isis by British police who hauled her off a plane at Heathrow just as it was due…

The men who killed children
The men who killed children

Horrifying pictures have emerged showing the Taliban gun squad who slaughtered 132 innocent children - as a new threat to…

School attack the work of 'savages'
School attack the work of 'savages'

A Taliban attack on a school in Pakistan that killed 132 children has been widely condemned as un-Muslim, abhorrent, inhumane…

Slaughter of the innocents
Slaughter of the innocents

The first lesson of the day for 10-year-old Irfan Shah at Peshawar's Army Public School was social studies.

Survivor's tears for slain boss
Survivor's tears for slain boss

Amid the sea of flowers and mourners at Sydney's Martin Place, siege survivor Harriette Denny set up her own tribute for…

Terrorism

Pakistan school seen as the perfect target
Pakistan school seen as the perfect target

The frontier city of Peshawar was once known as "the city of flowers".

Zachary Steel and Grant Devilly: Don't hurry to counsel Sydney siege survivors

As Australia reels from the Sydney siege and its unhappy end, many will be wondering what can be done for the hostages stuck…

Chris Allen: Australia's #illridewithyou solidarity

Against a backdrop of fear and uncertainty following the hostage taking in Sydney, thousands of ordinary Australians turned…

Family of hostage taker's murdered ex-wife angry over bail
Family of hostage taker's murdered ex-wife angry over bail

Monis' former partner Noleen Hayson Pal, 30, was stabbed 18 times and set alight outside her Werrington…

'I have never felt so much relief'

One of the first hostages to escape the Sydney cafe siege has spoken of the overwhelming relief he felt when he rounded…

Sydney siege: Security system failed - Abbott

Australia's prime minister acknowledged Wednesday that the nation's security system failed to keep track of a gunman responsible…

School slaughter: 'This is inhumane'

Prime Minister John Key has condemned the attack by Taleban gunmen in Pakistan in which 141 people, including 132 children…

Kathy Marks: Lone operator shakes Australian sense of safety

There was Bali, but it was Westerners - not Australians, specifically - who were targeted.

Brian Rudman: Terrorism no justification to fight others' wars
Brian Rudman: Terrorism no justification to fight others' wars

Government MP Mark Mitchell argues that the Sydney hostage drama is 100 per cent justification for the…

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