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Tony Abbott blames forgetting reporter's name on being hungover

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Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott and his wife Margaret lay wreaths near the scene of the fatal siege

Sydney siege: Australian PM Tony Abbott orders review of café terror attack

Hostage-taker Man Haron Monis was not on any security watch list despite being well known to Australian authorities

Sydney siege: Mourners in Australia pay tribute to victims of gunman

Messages written with chalk and flower bouquets covered Martin Place

Sydney Siege: Dramatic new footage shows sniper on roof opposite cafe

At one point the sniper says, "Window two, hostage down'

Man Haron Monis, who emigrated to Australia from Iran in 1996, claimed he had been continually under attack by the Australian government since 2007. He was scheduled to appear in court in February after being arrested in October and charged with dozens of indecent and sexual assaults

Sydney cafe gunman Man Haron Monis 'dropped off watchlist' and Australia refused Iran’s request to extradite him, Tony Abbott says

Prime Minister calls for urgent probe into why Monis was free on bail – and even in possession of a gun licence

Floral tributes were placed near the café in central Sydney

Sydney Siege: Tributes to heroic hostages who paid with their lives

Reports emerge that café manager was shot trying to seize gun and of barrister who died shielding a colleague

Sydney cafe siege: Britain First blames Australia terror attack on 'mass immigration' and fact Lindt isn't Halal-certified

Multi-faith thinktank accuses right-wing group of 'pushing conspiracy theories'

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Furious relatives of Man Haron Monis’ slain ex-wife slam authorities for releasing gunman on bail

Noleen Hayson Pal's godfather said authorities 'should have put Monis away and thrown away the key'

Tori Johnson, the manager of the Lindt Chocolate Cafe, Sydney, who was killed during the siege

Sydney siege: Parents of 'hero' Tori Johnson lead tributes to 'amazing' son

Johnson reportedly died trying to wrestle gun from hostage-taker's hands

The boy was arrested after he and a group of other youths boarded a bus [NOT PICTURED] carrying Jewish school children

Sydney teen who shouted 'kill the Jews' at Jewish children sentenced to Shabbat dinner and visit to Jewish museum

Punishment agreed after group shouted anti-Semitic chants at children on bus

Muslim cleric Man Haron Monis arriving at the Downing Centre after a pre-trial hearing of his case in Sydney, on 18 April 2011

Sydney siege: Man Haron Monis' former lawyer says gunman 'may have thought he had nothing to lose' over prospect of returning to prison

Monis claimed guards tortured him and threw excrement around his cell

Man Haron Monis, also known as Sheik Haron, speaking to the media as he leaves local court in Sydney, 2009. Police say he operated from premises in Wentworthville, western Sydney, between 2000 and 2002

Tony Abbott: Why was Sydney siege gunman Man Haron Monis free to kill?

Tony Abbott has said Monis was well known to the Australian Federal Police

Could the snapping turtle become endangered?

Turtle that breathes through its bottom is endangered, scientists warn

Australia's largest freshwater turtle species' days may be number thanks to changing environments

Man Haron Monis in a video posted on his YouTube channel

Sydney gunman Man Haron Monis claimed he was 'tortured' for political beliefs

Monis claimed to be under 'constant attack' by Australian government

Sydneysiders visit the floral memorial for victims Tori Johnson and Katrina Dawson at the scene of the Martin Place siege in the CBD in Sydney
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