West Africa's Ebola virus outbreak was "preventable" and is on the hands of "complacent" institutions that have failed to heed stark early warnings, says an Australian aid worker who has returned from Monrovia.
Nations big and small have condemned approaches such as those of Australia to climate change.
US aircraft dropped their loads on the little known Khorasan terrorist group on Tuesday and officials are `still assessing' the impact.
Since the May general elections, Delhi authorities have been forced to issue formal eviction notices to 30 former high-office holders who are refusing to budge from their exclusive, government-provided homes.
Chilling images have been captured of a woman hiding on her rooftop, cowering with fear, unable to see a masked intruder approaching from behind.
The losing side in the Indonesian election has struck a pre-emptive blow at president-elect Joko Widodo by passing a law to end the direct election of local and regional leaders.
“They don’t have this where you’re from do they?” a school supervisor says wryly. “It’s as though its wartime.”
US President Barack Obama has told Russia to get back to behaving within international norms or face push-back from NATO countries and the wider international community.
American President Barack Obama has taken a tough stand over the craziness of today's Middle East. Paul McGeough takes a look.
The spoken word poetry of a 26-year-old indigenous woman from the Marshall Islands has brought some of the world's most powerful leaders to tears at the UN Climate Summit.