A British counter-terrorism specialist says Australians need to accept that people are likely to be killed when police intervene to end a siege.  

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A British counter-terrorism specialist says Australians need to accept that people are likely to be killed when police intervene to end a siege.  

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SBS World News Radio: Russia has announced it's working with the Syrian government to open up routes giving civilians a way out of the besieged city of Aleppo.
SBS World News Radio: German Chancellor Angela Merkel has defended her country's refugee policy following a wave of violence.
SBS World News Radio: The Northern Territory government has welcomed the establishment of a royal commission into its child-protection and youth-detention systems...

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SBS World News Radio: Another big weekend of sport lies ahead for fans, including the US PGA golf tournament, the final of netball's Trans Tasman Championship and...
A British counter-terrorism specialist says the NSW police should have had a pre-emptive plan to storm the Lindt cafe to end the Sydney siege.

World News Radio July 28

Former NT Chief Justice Brian Ross Martin to head the Royal Commission into the Territory's juvenile justice system;Cardinal George Pell says he won't co-operate...
SBS World News Radio: Prosecutors in the US city of Baltimore have dropped all remaining charges against police in the death of Freddie Gray.
SBS World News Radio: Pope Francis says the latest IS-inspired attack on a French priest proves the "world is at war."
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