Daylight shooting of two men the latest chapter in a cycle of violence on Sydney streets | 7.30

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The brazen daylight shooting of two men in their own suburban driveway is just the latest chapter in a cycle of violence being played out on the streets of Sydney.

Police believe a deadly underworld feud is driving a series of gangland shootings going back over the past decade. Many of those targeted are members of two notorious Sydney criminal networks. Elias Clure reports.

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