26 January 2015

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Gunman holds two hostage in French post office: police

Gunman holds two hostage in French post office: police NANTERRE: An armed man was holed up in a post office outside Paris on Friday with two hostages, police said, adding there did not appear to be any link to extremist attacks.Police sources said several post office clients had managed to escape and that the gunman himself had called them. The sources said he was "speaking incoherently" and was heavily armed with grenades and Kalashnikovs.The area around the post office in Colombes, a city northwest of Paris, had been cordoned off, with a helicopter flying

Paris post office hostage-taker surrenders: police

Paris post office hostage-taker surrenders: policePARIS: A man who holed up in a post office in a suburb northwest of Paris with two hostages on Friday surrendered and has been arrested, a police source said."There was no assault, the man gave himself up", the source said, adding that the hostages were "shocked but not injured".An armed man has taken three hostages at a post office northwest of Paris, an official at the city prosecutor's office.French police arrested 12 people earlier on Friday suspected of helping militant gunmen in last week's killings in Paris. There

Teen attacked by ‘shark’ off Australian beach

SYDNEY: A teenage boy was taken to hospital Friday after a suspected shark attack off Australia’s east coast as another beach remained shut for the seventh day over sightings of the animals.The 17-year-old was reportedly spearfishing off Mollymook, some 230 kilometres (142 miles) south of Sydney, when he was bitten on the hand.A New South Wales Ambulance spokeswoman said he was in a stable condition.“Our paramedics on the beach treated this patient for lacerations to his left hand including multiple lacerations

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