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Hostage in Sydney Siege Killed by Police Gunfire: Officials

One of the hostages who died in the 16-hour siege at a Lindt chocolate cafe in Sydney, Australian, last month was killed by police bullets as officers stormed the cafe, coroner's officials confirmed Thursday. Katrina Dawson, a barrister, was struck six times with officers bullets, one of which hit a major blood vessel and was fatal, a coroner's inquest was told. The inquest was launched to establish the sequence of events and determine whether the police response was appropriate and whether the deaths of Dawson and Johnson could have been prevented. Tori Johnson, the cafe's manager, was shot in the back of the head by Man Haron Monis, the self-styled Islamic cleric who took 17 hostages before he was killed in the police assault Dec. 16. Read »
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Sorority Sisters Asked to Skip UVA Frat Parties for Their "Safety"

A backlash is brewing on the campus of the University of Virginia, where sorority women have been asked to skip fraternity parties this weekend to protect their "safety and well-being." In a Jan. 20 letter to 16 UVA sororities, national sorority leaders encouraged members not to participate in activities related to "men's bid night" on Saturday and to instead plan alternative "sisterhood events" with 100 percent participation. The letter prompted angry responses from students who felt the request treated them as untrustworthy and undermined efforts to reduce the threat of sexual violence. Read »

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