The man convicted of one of Australia’s most notorious acts of domestic terrorism has died while serving a 30-year jail term. National crime authority bomber Domenic Perre died in hospital seven months after being sentenced to life for murdering a police officer in Adelaide in 1994.
Three British men are being held by the Taliban in Afghanistan, according to an NGO. A UK broadcaster reports that one of them is so-called "danger tourist" Miles Routledge.
Newport News police say the shooting was "not accidental" and are trying to determine how the child accessed the weapon. The boy has been taken into custody as police continue to investigate.