Ten years ago today, a white delivery van pulled up outside the gates of the Australian embassy in Jakarta and blew up with the furious force of a terror attack.
DJs Mel Greig and Michael Christian whose prank call preceded the death of British nurse Jacintha Saldanha will not give evidence at her inquest.
The Arab League has endorsed international action against the radical Islamic State and vowed to take all necessary measures to confront the “corrupt, immoral” militants who now control large parts of northern Iraq and Syria.
A Queensland doctor, who joined a Red Cross effort to help battle west Africa's deadly Ebola outbreak, has spoken of the paranoia gripping health workers in the virus zone.
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A Melbourne grandmother was one of the two Australian tourists killed in a bus crash in Kenya on Sunday.
Indonesian authorities want the maximum sentence for two French journalists arrested for working on tourist visas in the province of West Papua.
It's official. The lives of tens of thousands of Australian expatriates in Asia will change forever at midnight on September 28, hours after the AFL grand final.
Sierra Leone says it will confine people to their homes in a nationwide three-day shutdown later this month aimed at containing the Ebola epidemic threatening west Africa.
There are now only an estimated 600,000 Yazidis left in Iraq. Islamic State's brutal assault has left some of them questioning whether it is time to leave the country for good.