Saturday, October 3, 2015

Sydney shooting: Suspect's relationship with terrorists

Sydney, Australia, shooting in front of the police headquarters, the police claimed that the incident is related to terrorism. Australian police on Saturday claimed that the attack on the 15-year-old boy "with him in relation to terrorism," they believe there is. BBC news.Friday's attack on an employee of the State of New South Wales and the gunman were killed in adolescents. The police said the bomber killed teenager Iraqi-Kurdish origin. He was born in Iran.Australia, a close ally of the US-led alliance against Islamic militants in Iraq and Syria have been raided.Meanwhile, a court in Melbourne on Friday for allegedly planning to kill police officers at the parade ground of 15-year-old boy has been sentenced to life imprisonment.New South Wales Police Commissioner Andrew sipioni said, we believe his (dead bomber) was politically motivated acts of terrorism associated with. The teenager told police the attacker was a stranger to anti-terrorism officials said.Australia's ABC News reported, on Friday afternoon at around 4pm local time the shooting occurred. Police identified the gunman shot dead by unidentified men while leaving the other side of the police opened fire. Esamaya seen her religious slogans. Some of the attackers were killed after police fired shots constable.2014 -17hour hostage crisis at a cafe in Sydney in December, ending a bloody crackdown by the police. In September of the same year on charges of stabbing 18-year-old boy was shot dead by anti-terror police officers.Earlier, in the interests of Australia expressed concern that the threat of militant attacks in the country's cricket team on their tour postponed. Just 24 hours before the attack happened in Sydney.Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull after the incident the Australian Muslim community urged not to blame.