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Australia: 'Radicalised' teenager with knife shot dead by cops

Sydney/IBNS: Western Australian police shot and killed a "radicalised" 16-year-old boy with a knife who had wounded a person in Perth, media reports said Sunday.

Uber bans Hindu woman in Sydney for 5 months over name controversy; reverts decision, issues apology

A Fiji-born Hindu woman was blacklisted and denied services by Uber in Australia over her name 'Swastika' for about five months before the decision was reversed. 

Australian government to grant permanent residency to French national who confronted Sydney shopping mall attacker

The Australian government has announced it will grant permanent residency to a French national who confronted the Sydney shopping mall attacker with a bollard.

Australian authorities start investigating Sydney church stabbing incident as 'terrorist attack'

Australian Police on Monday declared the stabbing incident in a Sydney church a religiously motivated "terrorist act".

Australian bishop stabbed, two others injured inside Sydney church just days after mall massacre

An Australian bishop, famous on TikTok, was stabbed multiple times and at least two others were injured in Sydney during his sermon on Monday night.

Australian police say Sydney mall attacker Joel Cauchi was targeting women

Australian Police have said the man who stabbed to death six people in a shopping mall in Australia's Sydney city may have been targeting women.

Police identify Australian shopping mall attacker as Joel Cauchi

The Australian Police on Sunday (April 14, 2024) identified the Bondi Junction attacker in Australia's Sydney city as Joel Cauchi.

Six die in Sydney mall stabbings, attacker shot dead

At least six people died and several others, including a child, were injured in a mass stabbing incident at a shopping centre in the Australian city of Sydney on Saturday.

Tibetan diaspora members protest outside Chinese embassy in Vienna to mark 65th National Uprising Day

Members of the Tibetan diaspora, under the umbrella of Tibetan Community Organisation in Vienna, along with Voluntary Tibet Advocacy Groups (V-TAGs), Austria, recently demonstrated outside the Chinese Embassy in the city over the occupation of Tibet by China.

Shooting in Melbourne leaves one dead

At least one person died after a shooting incident in the Australian city of Melbourne on Tuesday.

Tribal fighting in Papua New Guinea's highlands leaves 64 killed

An ambush in Papua New Guinea's remote Highlands region, which is witnessing a major escalation of tribal fighting, has left at least 64 people dead, media reports said on Monday.

Indian-origin Varun Ghosh becomes first Australian Senator to take oath on Bhagavad Gita

Canberra/IBNS: Scripting history, barrister Varun Ghosh became the first Australian Senator to take oath on Bhagavad Gita, a 700-verse Hindu scripture which is a part of the epic Mahabharata.

China gives suspended death sentence to Australian writer Yang Hengjun

A Chinese court on Monday (February 5, 2024) gave a suspended death sentence to Australian writer Yang Hengjun, five years after he was arrested on spying charges.

Six heavily disguised people, who were boarding a train in Sydney, arrested amid National Day celebration

Six among a group of approximately 61 heavily disguised people boarding a train in Sydney were arrested and taken to the police station following a police operation on Friday, said the Police Force in the Australian state of New South Wales (NSW).

Australian PM launches investigation into missing Iraq War documents

Canberra/UNI: Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has launched an inquiry into missing documents relating to the former government's decision to join the Iraq War.