Man dies and woman is seriously hurt in suspected domestic-violence incident in western Sydney
A man has died after being found critically injured in a home at Granville earlier tonight.Emergency services were called to a home on Blaxcell Street in Granville at about 7.30pm and found a man was found seriously injured.
The raid occurred in Sainthamaruthu, near the hometown of the suspected ringleader of the Easter Sunday attacks that killed at least 250 people. In another raid in the same town, IS flags, 150 sticks of gelignite explosive, thousands of steel pellets and a drone camera were found , a military
POLICE found a suspected explosive device during a raid on a Melbourne home , and called in the bomb squad to make it safe.
A suspected pipe bomb has been found in a raid on a house in the northern Melbourne suburb of Reservoir.
Victoria Police's bomb response unit officers are at the scene conducting a safety check and no arrests have been made.
Police entered a house on Joan Court before 2pm today and found the suspicious item after seizing four stolen cars and a stolen motorbike.
Nine News can reveal the device was tonight detonated by bomb squad officers in the backyard of the property.
Officers arrived at the Joan Court property to conduct a routine warrant this afternoon.
"There's no one located at the premises, police are making enquiries as to who would be residing or using the place," Victoria Police senior sergeant Josh Langelaan told 9News.
Police say there is no cause for alarm.
Amer Khayat blows kisses in court to brothers who hid bomb in a meat grinder in his luggage .
Amer Khayat, who spent two years in a notorious Beirut prison, is called into a sentence hearing for his brothers who planted a bomb in a meat grinder packed in his luggage as a part of a 2017 failed terror plot.Amer Khayat was today called to a sentencing hearing in Parramatta for his brothers Khaled Khayat, 51, and Mahmoud Khayat, 34.