Former prime minister Kevin Rudd says the "time has come" for Australia to recognise Palestine, saying his deepest fear is the "drifting towards the disintegration and death of an independent Palestinian state."
Hundreds of police reinforcements have been deployed to Thailand's largest temple where worshippers and monks are vowing to prevent the arrest of a prominent monk wanted on embezzlement charges.
Lindsay Murdoch Four North Korean suspects in the assassination of Kim Jong-nam, the elder half-brother of North Korea's leader, flew out of Malaysia within hours of the brazen attack at Kuala Lumpur airport last Monday, police say.
Paul McGeough The man who wrote the book on narcissistic personality disorder has joined the debate over Donald Trump as his presidency grinds its gears.
Jewel Topsfield and Amilia Rosa We have spent the past few weeks combing Indonesia for an elusive sighting of the world's most trafficked mammal.
Peter Martin For economics nerds, there's no event more exciting than the annual meeting of the American Economic Association. Over three days in January, this year in Chicago, more than 13,000 of the very brightest cram into the one hotel to check out jobs, check out each other and swap the very latest research.
Amrit Dhillon A remote state in India is going against mandated affirmative action, believing that giving women equality will destroy their society and ancient customs.
Adam Morton As parts of Australia set heatwave records and the government considered building new coal-fired power stations, the vast continent to the south last week quietly marked a milestone.
Lindsay Murdoch Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has told Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi Australia is "deeply concerned" about atrocities on Rohingya Muslims documented in a UN report.
Lindsay Murdoch, Jewel Topsfield The women were possibly duped by a spy ring into attacking Kim Jong-un's half brother.
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