A barista who was trapped inside a Sydney, Australia chocolate shop during a deadly hostage crisis in December said in a new interview that "the pure love and happiness" of being pregnant helped her through the ordeal. Harriette Denny said in an exclusive report on Australian 9 News' "60 Minutes"
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Australia Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced a joint review to identify lessons following a deadly siege inside a Sydney cafe. The review, announced in a news conference today, will involve the Australia Commonwealth and New South Wales governments. A full report is expected by the end of
The first hostage who was able to escape from the gunman who took 17 people hostage at a Sydney, Australia, cafe said he "never felt so much relief" as when he saw the police. John O'Brien, 83, of Sydney, told 9 News Australia he just wanted to get a cup of coffee before a doctor's appointment when
A gunman held captives in a Sydney chocolate shop before he and two others were killed, Australian authorities said.
A gunman who burst into a Sydney chocolate shop and took hostages has been killed, along with two of the hostages, Australian police said. The suspect was identified by police as Man Haron Monis. He was declared dead at the scene, New South Wales Deputy Commissioner Catherine Burn said. Tori
And authorities knew almost immediately who they were dealing with. When that image flashed up across the globe, hostages forced to hold a flag in arabic up at the window there, the message, merry Christmas, just beneath, many wondering, what inspired him? Was it Isis? It comes just weeks after
world. The siege in Australia. A gunman taking 17 hostages, the horror lasting 16 hours. And here is the moment they stormed in, just listen. S.w.a.t. Teams, guns drawn, barrelling into the store, opening fire. It all happened in under a minute when they doctentered. All the while, hostages
The dramatic Sydney that sees ends with gunfire and grenades. We know of at least three injuries including one police officer newstalk wells placed also confirm if the hostage situation there has ended. Globe when I'm down Cutler and New York that siege ending at about 2 AM local time the identity
The hostage situation in Sydney, Australia, that ended with the death of the gunman and two of his hostages, according to police, began during a busy lunch rush on Monday afternoon local time and ended more than 16 hours later. The crisis in Lindt Chocolat Café eventually shut down the central