A British politician whose brother died in the Bali bombings in 2002 desperately attempted to resuscitate a critically injured police officer who was stabbed in a terrorist attack outside the Houses of Parliament in the heart of London.
Neelima Choahan If the weather hadn't turned, three-year-old Cheryl Grimmer might never have come across the predator who snatched her from a beach one summer's day in 1970.
Nick Miller Front pages reflected a mood of shock at how close terror had come to the heart of its political life and history.
Paul McGeough At a conference, at which Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop represented Australia, Tillerson spoke of setting up "interim zones of stability" for returning refugees.
Josephine Tovey Police investigations are ongoing into an attack in London on Wednesday.
Michael Koziol, Political reporter "This is an assault on every democracy, every parliament, every free nation," Malcolm Turnbull said.
Kelsey Munro The militants came to the town in the dark. The girls, aged between 16 and 18, were at their boarding school, studying for their final exams.
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Nick Miller Terror attacks may have become easier. But society is now more resilient.
Eryk Bagshaw Human Services Minister Alan Tudge has announced the final stage of Centrelink's digital transformation will be led by Accenture, the same company that delayed 1 million tax returns, sparked 17,000 public complaints, required more than 500 bug fixes and sent unintelligible data to Centrelink in a botched $800 million overhaul of the Australian Tax Office in 2010.