UK police have seized three vehicles in an armed raid in Birmingham.
The area of online abuse, including sexual abuse, is becoming more prevalent, the Hillsong Church says.
Labor leader Bill Shorten says comments by Pauline Hanson about Muslims show the folly of giving her support at elections.
The Fair Work Commission should be left to independently deal with the impact of a proposed penalty rate cut, says the government.
A teenager who was arrested for planning an Anzac Day terror attack in 2016 has pleaded guilty in a NSW children's court.
Republican leaders of the House of Representatives pulled legislation to overhaul the US healthcare system from consideration due to a shortage of votes.
British police have made more arrests as they continued to raid properties throughout the UK in the wake of Wednesday's terror attack in Westminster.
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Egypt's former leader Hosni Mubarak has walked free for the first time since being overthrown in the Arab Spring uprisings.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has told a leaders' forum attended by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang that the countries' trade relationship is stronger than ever.
Riots that broke out on the streets of Papua New Guinea's capital Port Moresby have left devastation, the Salvation Army says.
The attack Khalid Masood carried out in London was the end point of his evolution to extremist from the boy born in Kent and named Adrian Elms.
Convicted armed robber Christopher "Badness" Binse has sacked his lawyer, telling a judge he was unhappy with the way experts had judged his mental health.
WA's share of the GST has been lifted by just four cents to 34 cents in the dollar, angering new state treasurer Ben Wyatt.
The Fair Work Commission has received advice on easing the squeeze of penalty rate cuts, but not from the government.
Iron ore miner Fortescue has reaffirmed its commitment to focus on debt repayments, paying off another $US1 billion of its 2019 term loan next week.