On Tuesday Peter Greste and two colleagues will appear for the sixth time in a large, dusty courtroom inside Cairo’s imposing Tora Prison complex.
A Bangkok area popular with Australian tourists may be the target of Middle Eastern terrorists, Thai police warn.
In the United States, public reaction to the corporate use of business jets can be scathing when instances of obvious excess become publicised, such as the day in 2008 when the top executives of Detroit's big three automakers each used a private jet to fly to Washington to argue for $25 billion in taxpayer bailouts.
There are few female candidates in India's elections, but one is applying the lessons she learnt at Wollongong University to improve the status of women in her country.
Malaysia authorities are pinning their hopes of finding the missing Malaysian airliner on the seabed of the Indian Ocean 2,000 kilometres west of Perth over the Easter weekend.
Malaysia’s high-profile opposition figure and lawyer Karpal Singh paid a heavy price for speaking out against his country’s ruling party. Now Muslims in his predominantly Muslim country are being urged not to use the term “rest in peace” following his death.
Welcome to Chandrapur, one of the most polluted cities in India.
The consequences will be felt as MH370 has changed air travel.
Locals have long believed Manly the centre of the universe. Suspicions were confirmed on Thursday when Manly boy Mike Baird landed the second leg of the leadership double with the other local hero, Tony Abbott. On Friday, Manly received Royal Assent.
'I'm here to fight for you, to fight the endless circle of corruption, and to do development.'