In a city already deeply riven with sectarian tensions, the brutal slaughter of four rabbis in an ultra-Orthodox synagogue has pushed Jerusalem to the edge of what many fear could escalate into another Palestinian uprising.
Australian journalist Alan Morison, facing a possible long jail sentence over a contentious criminal defamation case, has told his ailing father he will not be able to travel to Australia to attend his 91st birthday, despite fears the news may kill him.
The media icon and China-critic worries about protesters 'exhausting' the goodwill of the people.
Tom Ricketson, 32, was one of five people killed when an electrical fire tore through the Hip Hop Club in Siem Reap City about 2am on Tuesday, local time.
Refugees and asylum seekers in Cambodia are in dire straits and the Australian government's plan to resettle more there is "madness", Greens senator Sarah Hanson-Young says.
Australia is playing its part in an effective response to climate change through direct action, international engagement and aid program, according to a spokesman for Foreign Minister Julie Bishop.
Powerful parliament speaker says the constitution cannot be changed before the election, just days after US President Obama hugged Ms Suu Kyi and said the law 'doesn't make much sense'.
Protesters aren't resisting, instead moving their tents to another part of the protest area.
While Narendra Modi and Xi Jinping have been feted in the halls of Australian power, and Modi prepares for another rock star welcome in Melbourne tonight, the placards that line the streets they travel tell a different story.
Footage has emerged of a possible encounter between Australian 9News reporter Peter Stefanovic and the British-born alleged ISIL executioner known as “Jihadi John” four years ago.