A police officer has told the Sydney siege inquest he thought he'd been killed in the moments after the storming of the Lindt cafe.

World News Radio July 26

A Royal Commission into the treatment of young offenders in the Northern Territory;Bernie Sanders endorses Hillary Clinton and calls for constructive leadership...
SBS World News Radio: Australia's 17th national census is set to take place on Tuesday, August the 9th, and, for the first time, most people will complete it...
SBS World News Radio: A Syrian man who blew himself up in southern Germany on Sunday had pledged allegiance to the so-called Islamic State.
SBS World News Radio: Australian athletes competing at the Rio Games could begin moving in to the Olympic Village as early as Wednesday after what officials are...
SBS World News Radio: Filmed footage has emerged showing children in a Darwin juvenile-detention facility being tear-gassed.
SBS World News Radio: New laws have been proposed which would keep people convicted of terror offences in prison once their sentences are finished. 
SBS World News Radio: South Sudanese protesters have taken to the streets of Melbourne, protesting against foreign military intervention in South Sudan.
SBS World News Radio: A police officer who shot the Lindt cafe gunman multiple times has given graphic evidence at the inquest.  

World News Radio July 25

New laws proposed to keep convicted terrorists in jail if when their sentences expire if hey're still considered to be a threat;A police officer tells the Lindt...
SBS World News Radio: Britain's Chris Froome has cemented his place as one of the greatest cyclists ever by securing his third Tour de France title.

Turks rally 'for democracy'

SBS World News Radio: Tens of thousands of people continue to rally on Turkey's streets following theur country's failed military coup.
SBS World News Radio: Russia won't receive a blanket ban from the Rio Olympic games, despite the country's doping scandal.

Weekend sport wrap

SBS World News Radio: It was a busy weekend in sport - and not just on the playing arena.
SBS World News Radio: The Hazara Community in Australia has held a candlelight vigil in Sydney's west following a deadly weekend attack in the Afghan capital, Kabul.
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