Up to 7000 Australians will be up in France to commemorate Anzac day in addition to those in Gallipoli.
US president Barack Obama has admitted two hostages were accidentally killed in a January counter-terrorism operation.
Final preparations are underway ahead of tomorrow's Anzac Day commemorations at Gallipoli.
Around 18,000 NSW residents remain stranded by flood waters following this week's deadly storms.
At least two suspected Australian terrorists are being held in Turkey after trying to cross the border in Syria to join terror groups.
A fourteen-year-old boy arrested over the Anzac Day terror plot has now been charged with inciting the plan.
FIRST ON 7: While thousands of the state's storm victims remain cut off from basic necessities spare a thought for Krystle Mordue who was caught out with a newborn baby who was fast running out of oxygen. Cath Turner reports.
Dozens of families are spending another night with friends or relatives, as they are unable to return to their homes around the Georges River, in Sydney's south. Samantha Brett reports.
Firefighters are working to rescue several people at a storage facility in Weatherill Park.
Residents in Sydney's southwest have been on evacuation alert after the Georges River burst its banks.