The wife of a prominent anti-government activist shot dead in Cambodia on Sunday is reported to want to escape to Australia.
Maher Mughrabi Appointing Boris Johnson as foreign secretary has a ruthless Home Office logic to it.
At least two explosions have rocked the Belgian capital of Brussels, with reports of explosions in or near several parked cars.
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The night before a US woman fell to her death at the Grand Canyon, she posted on social media an image of herself sitting near the edge of a cliff and looking at the stunning view, which sent a chill through her mother.
Paul McGeough In the wake of mass violence, the US is on edge, fearful and fretful.
Daniel Flitton For an organisation infamous as all talk and no action, the answer was remarkably brief.
President Barack Obama says the shootings of five Dallas police officers would appear to have exposed the "the deepest fault line of our democracy" but that Americans must reject such despair.
Daniel Flitton He's the 84-year-old judge from the far side of the world who just stared down China.
David Wroe The Hague tribunal has found China has no "historic title" over waters in the South China Sea.