China is defending its decision to issue a travel warning against Australia for what it says is an increase in racial abuse among Asians.
Australia on Monday revealed that China has remained unresponsive to its pleas to ease tension between the two states.
A 60-year-old Australian surfer was killed by a great white shark Sunday at the northern New South Wales coast.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has asked for an investigation into the assault suffered by Australian media at the hands of riot police in Washington, DC as they covered the week-long violent protests in the United States.
Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen has pledged her support to the people of Hong Kong as they face what could be their biggest hurdle in their fight for democracy against China.
Target is closing down as many as 75 stores in Australia as it continues to struggle amid the coronavirus pandemic.
President Donald Trump confirmed Thursday he is “not closing our country” again even if a second wave of COVID-19 hits the United States.
Coronavirus Investigation: US Supports Australia’s Probe, Trump Blames China For ‘Mass Worldwide Killing’
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo confirmed that the United States supports Australia’s bid for an independent investigation into the origins of the novel coronavirus.
Australian states have yet to use data coming from the COVIDSafe, the mobile application launched by the government for contact tracing.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed the harsh truth brits must adapt to the new normal as a coronavirus vaccine may not arrive any time soon.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has confirmed the grim truth close to 600,000 jobs were lost in April.
Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has tested negative for COVID-19 following an alarming coughing fit during a parliament address.
An Australian church has been issued infringement notices for selling and promoting bleach as a cure for COVID-19.
It remains to be seen if Twitter will really tag tweets from President Donald Trump containing disputed or misleading information about COVID-19.
A white father and son have been arrested in the death of a black Georgia resident, Ahmaud Arbery, who was fatally shot while jogging through neighborhoods southwest of Brunswick.
He’s alive! A soccer player who reportedly died in a car crash in 2016 has been found alive. The Congolese athlete who played professional soccer in Germany has emerged alive after four years.
Major states in Australia will remain on lockdown and will not relax social distancing restrictions by Mother’s Day despite reports Prime Minister Scott Morrison will be announcing the easing of measures this weekend.
Her Majesty The Queen commended Australia for its successful efforts in controlling the spread of the coronavirus.
Australia is bracing for an uptick of COVID-19 cases in the coming weeks as the country opens up its economy again after two months of lockdown and travel and social distancing restrictions.
The exchange of words between China and Australia continues following the latter's call for an investigation into the origins, spread and global response on the COVID-19 outbreak.
Australia has a “cause for celebration” after it recorded only one case of community transmission on Monday. New cases of COVID-19 continue to show a decline as well.
A teen couple from Pennsylvania were arrested for plotting to kill the girl’s stepdad by hiring a hitman after he found them in bed.
China Threatens Australia Over Coronavirus Investigation, Minister Payne Calls It ‘Economic Coercion’
China is calling out Australia for its plans to conduct an investigation into the origins and spread of COVID-19, including the initial response of Beijing.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has officially confirmed six more COVID-19 symptoms, adding to the initial three indicators of the disease.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison confirmed that he had spoken with U.S. President Donald Trump Wednesday about the coronavirus crisis sweeping the world and the issues revolving the World Health Organization (WHO).
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Bill Gates have spoken today about the future of the World Health Organization (WHO).
A 42-year-old man from Perth became the youngest person to die of COVID-19 in Australia.
The office of Gavin Newsom, governor of California, said ventilators Elon Musk promised to donate have yet to arrive at hospitals. The Tesla CEO claims hospitals have received the medical equipment.
Australia’s federal government has urged states to reopen schools while it considers easing some restrictions on travel in light of the slowing spread of COVID-19 in the country.
A man from Perth has become the first person to be jailed for breaking quarantine restrictions in the country. His great reason for sneaking out — his girlfriend.
Australia will not be easing its travel restrictions and social distancing rules despite a slow growth in COVID-19 cases in the country. Australia has been praised for its success in curbing the coronavirus outbreak.
Bill Gates thinks the United States will open back up by end of May, around six weeks from now.
Boris Johnson is receiving breathing support, a government official revealed.
African leaders are bracing for what could be an economic collapse as COVID-19 sweeps across nations in the region.