News National Top Stories – Monday 16 November, 2015

Top Stories – Monday 16 November, 2015

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Some of the reported victims from the tragic attacks.As Paris awakes from a bad dream, names and stories of victims emerge

The victims of the Paris terror attacks are slowly being identified as family and friends pay emotional tributes to the lost. Read more.


Flowers paris attacksPolice race to identify Paris terrorists as arrests continue

Weapons have been found in a suspected getaway car used in the deadly terrorist attacks as police draw net around accomplices. Read more.


Isobel Bowdrey‘We thought it was the show. Then they started shooting us’

Brave survivor lay among the dying in the Bataclan theatre as gunmen methodically killed more than 80 people. She tells her story. Read more.


Eiffel tower paris attacks‘It’s guns and bombs – yes, it does look like a war’: PM

The Paris atrocities may provide the impetus for a global agreement about how to destroy the rising threat of ISIL. Read more.


Mourners lay flowers and candles in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Germany. Photo: GettyThis is what fraternité really means. How the world stood beside France

People around the world have offered tributes to the French in a moving show of solidarity. See them here.


Commuters say they are sick of being ripped off.Public transport is ripping you off with these dirty tricks

Commuters are being ‘bullied’ into paying fines in ticketing systems designed to ‘trap people’, transport lobbyists say. Read more.


ShutterstockWhy you shouldn’t give your late teen kids a beer, ever

ANALYSIS: The home should be a booze-free sanctuary where our children can safely abstain, argues Kirsty Clements. Read more.


Ronda-RouseyRonda Rousey gets KO’ed. It was an accident waiting to happen

Her brutal knockout from Holly Holm means the golden girl of UFC is suddenly at the crossroads of her career. Read more.


ShutterstockHands off my kids’ penalty rates. They should be off-limits

ANALYSIS: There are some workers who need penalty rates for working on weekend. They should be protected. Read more.


AAPSponsored: Would you want a building this high built in your city?

How high is too high when it comes to our buildings? A quick look around the world shows not all cities are created equal. Read more.

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