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Sydney Hostage's Daring Escape From Gunman

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One of the first hostages to escape the Sydney siege says he chose to flee because he was convinced the gunman was insane and would kill all 17 hostages.

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Sydney Hostage's Daring Escape From Gunman

One of the first hostages to escape the Sydney siege says he chose to flee because he was convinced the gunman was insane and would kill all 17 hostages.

Mexico Vigilantes: 11 Killed In Gun Battle

A gun battle between rival vigilante groups in Mexico has left 11 people dead.

Mexico Vigilantes: 11 Killed In Gun Battle

A gun battle between rival vigilante groups in Mexico has left 11 people dead.

FIFA Ethics Investigator Michael Garcia Resigns

FIFA ethics investigator Michael Garcia has resigned after criticising the handling of his report into the World Cup bidding process.

Prisoner Exchange Sparks US-Cuba Policy Shift

The United States and Cuba have moved to end decades of hostilities following an exchange of prisoners, including US government contractor Alan Gross.

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Hamas Could Be Removed From EU Terror List

An EU court has ruled that the Palestinian group Hamas should be removed from the EU's terrorist list after 13 years.

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Why It's Wrong To Cancel Kim Jong-Un Film

The group threatening to attack cinemas screening a comedy film about Kim Jong-Un may well be the same people who hacked Sony so successfully - but that doesn't mean their threats should be taken seriously.

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Winners And Losers From The Oil Price Plunge

World oil prices have plunged over the last six months with a surge in production and weaker than expected global demand.

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Terrorists 'Plotting To Bomb School Buses'

Pakistani police have issued a warning that terrorists are planning to plant magnetic bombs on school buses.

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Korean Air Nuts Row Executive Faces Charges

The daughter of Korean Air's chairman is facing legal charges over a "nut rage" incident aboard a plane which sparked a national outcry and led her to quit her posts at the airline.

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Ten Killed As Insurgents Storm Bank After Blast

Suspected Taliban militants have detonated a suicide bomb and stormed a bank in southern Afghanistan, killing at least 10 people.

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