PM thanks Trump for Timothy Weeks' release
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called Donald Trump to thank the US president for his help in securing the release of Timothy Weeks from Taliban custody.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has described the knife attacks in London and the Hague as ' despicable acts ' but is 'not aware' that Australians have been London police are treating the attack on London Bridge on Friday, where a man wearing a fake explosive vest stabbed several people
Australian prime minister Scott Morrison has offered his sympathies to the victims of attacks in London and the Hague. He said he is not The attacker is understood to have been wearing an electronic tag when he staged the attack after being released from prison for terrorism related offences.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has described the knife attacks in London and the Hague as 'despicable acts' but is 'not aware' that Australians have been caught up in the stabbings.
'Just terrible news out of London and The Hague,' Mr Morrison said in a post on Facebook on Saturday.
'Whether it has been the despicable acts of terrorists in the UK, or as yet not determined in the Netherlands, Australians' deepest sympathies are with the victims and their families - they were innocent people going about their lives.'
He said he was not aware of any Australians being caught up in the attacks at this stage, but is in close contact with local authorities.
Labor wants transcript of PM's police call over minister investigation
Labor is pressing Scott Morrison for more details about his phone call with NSW's top cop over an investigation involving Energy Minister Angus Taylor. The prime minister rang NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller on Tuesday to discuss the investigation into how Mr Taylor's office came to provide a journalist with fake documents purporting to show Sydney City Council travel expenses.Afterwards, Mr Morrison told parliament that based on what the commissioner told him, he saw no need to stand Mr Taylor down as Labor demanded. require(["inlineoutstreamAd", "c.
The suspect was wearing what is thought to have been a hoax explosive device. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who returned to Downing Street from his constituency, will convene a meeting of Two killed in London Bridge stabbing attack . A further three are injured and the suspect shot dead in what
LONDON — The police shot and killed a man wearing a fake bomb on London Bridge on Friday, after at least Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who halted his campaign to rush back to 10 Downing Street, declared There were reports that the man was wearing an explosive device, Mr. Basu said, but
London police are treating the attack on London Bridge on Friday, where a man wearing a fake explosive vest stabbed several people, killing two, as a terrorist attacker.
The attacker was fatally shot dead by police.
In the Netherlands, three people were stabbed in The Hague's main shopping district.
Police are searching for a least one suspect.
Dutch police say it is too early to say whether a terror motive was to blame for the attack.
Why you'll see heavily armed police at airports this Christmas .
Anti-terror police armed with assault rifles will patrol Brisbane and Canberra airports this Christmas. The squads will then be added to seven more airports over the next 18 months.The extra 135 officers will be armed with MK18 short-barrelled rifles and trained to assess hostile threats and behaviour.They will be accompanied by bomb-detection dogs.© AFP/Facebook Anti-terror police armed with assault rifles will be patrolling Brisbane and Canberra airports this Christmas, before being rolled out in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth in the next few months.