US President Barack Obama gave his final State of the Union address in front of Congress on Tuesday.
US officials and tech companies are going to hold a high-profile meeting on Friday to discuss measures against ISIS.
The US president said the “American system” of gun control allowed dangerous people “to play by a different set of rules.”
The Islamic State has launched a major attack in Haditha and killed hundreds in three days.
Saudi Arabia has executed a prominent Shiite cleric after accusing him of having been involved in terrorism.
It may take only a few more days for the Iraqi army to drive Islamic State militants away from Ramadi, an Iraqi official has claimed.
Red alert in Tianjin: For the first time, Chinese port city issues most severe air pollution warning
For the first time ever, Tianjin has issued a red alert for air pollution.
Three New Zealanders have been arrested for distributing child abuse material online.
Joshua Iosefo, a student from the Auckland University of Technology, told the 2015 Design and Creative Technologies graduation ceremony how his degree meant more to him than “a piece of paper.”
Ukraine hopes to initiate visa liberalisation with Australia after it manages to secure a similar privilege with the European Union.
People are coming in the Brisbane CBD to rally over the downgraded verdict for Allison Baden-Clay’s murder by her husband.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has said that his country does not mind ending a free trade treaty with Russia if it gains the same with the EU.
“The Chinese side firmly opposes any arms sale from the US to Taiwan,” Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hong Lei said.
According to Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, the relation with Indonesia helps Australia’s economy.
"Washington can pretend to itself that sanctions against us are ‘efficient’ as long as it likes," the Russian Foreign Ministry says in a statement.
According to the ACCC, LG allegedly misrepresented certain aspects about defects in its TV sets.
The German chancellor said there was no need to talk about issues like sending more troops to Syria.
According to a senior official, the economic slowdown in Europe and the currency crisis in Russia could not stop Abu Dhabi from reaching its target.
According to Humane Society International, it should be an urgent priority for Australia to help countries like Indonesia.
The veteran lawmaker got 51 percent votes, while King got 49 percent.
The New England Police Benevolent Association has said it will back a president who works in the best interest of the department.
Syrian rebel groups are ready to join peace talks if Assad is ready to quit.
The Top Employers Institute certified TNT Australia after assessing various conditions at the company.
Syria ceasefire: Assad claims to regain control in Homs as hundreds of rebels leave al-Waer district
While the Syria government claims to have regained control in the district, the opposition denies the claim.
In an ISIS-like execution video, a Syrian rebel group spared the life of prisoners to make a statement.
The Gama Foundation has given an additional $6.42 million after giving $2.75 million in 2012.
According to HSI Director Michael Kennedy, Australia should send a vessel to observe the Japanese whaling fleet.
Court has ‘reasonable doubt’ if Gerard Baden-Clay had ‘intent to kill’ his wife; verdict downgraded to manslaughter
The Court of Appeal did not find enough evidence to prove that Gerard Baden-Clay had intentionally killed his wife.
According to Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, Film Location Offset had a major role to play in securing deals for Disney/Marvel’s ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ and the new Twentieth Century Fox ‘Alien’ film.
According to a new report, ISIS may launch a CBRN attack in Europe.