German authorities are investigating how the gunman in Munich gained access to a weapon despite signs that he had significant psychological issues.
The horrors of war for diggers fighting on the Western Front 100 years ago have been brought home to Australians attending a centenary service to mark the Battle...
Recent attacks on civilians in the U.S. and Europe have exposed a gap in the intelligence community’s efforts to track suspected extremists, counterterrorism...
The teenager who killed nine people during a shooting rampage at a Munich mall drew no inspiration from Islamist militancy, police say.
France has bestowed it highest honour on an Australian couple for their support of a small village where thousands of diggers died in World War I.
Greece is urging Turkey to avoid reinstating the death penalty in the wake of the failed military coup.
Australians attending a centenary service for the bloody Battle of Pozieres in northern France 100 years ago have heard of what diggers had to endure.
The mayor of the French village of Pozieres has received an honorary Order of Australia for his custodianship of the legacy of the Australian soldiers.
Germany is in "deep and profound mourning" after lone gunman killed nine people in a rampage in Munich, Chancellor Angela Merkel says.
The remains of three Australian soldiers found in fields near the French village of Pozieres have been buried with full honours at the local war cemetery.
First came the rattle of gunfire, then the panicked screams and the wail of sirens as armed attackers launched their killing spree in the German city of Munich on...
At least eight people were killed and several gravely injured on Friday in a shooting rampage at a Munich shopping centre, with the attackers still at large.
Eight people died in a shooting rampage Friday in a Munich shopping centre with several people gravely injured, police said, in what they described as a suspected...
German police have tweeted eight people are dead following a shooting in a Munich shopping centre.
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