Facebook has deactivated thousands of accounts under its real names user policy.
The U.S. has lifted a half century ban on ferry services between Florida and Cuba.
The RBA has cut its cash rate by 25 basis points and is now at a historic low of 2 percent.
New Zealand's Deputy Speaker has slammed media over their coverage of his foreign trips.
Japan and U.S. have unveiled a new set of guidelines for defence agreement in a bid to contain China.
The Australian government is going to tackle perverse incentives in the health system, according to Health Minister Sussan Ley.
Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka Flame wants to become the second African-American president of the United States, following Barack Obama's footsteps.
Canada's out to do a massive military acquisition to man its post at the Arctic.
The arbitration obviously picked the side of the employer, a labour leader for one of the workers of Canadian Pacific Railway said.
That Iraq has decided to send in its troops on the ground will highly start a discussion if the other members of the coalition should also sent theirs.