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NSW Premier touts vaccine surge

Friday, September 24: Vaccine numbers are "through the roof" in LGAs of concern in NSW, Gladys Berejiklian has said.

Friday, September 24: Vaccine numbers are "through the roof" in LGAs of concern in NSW, Gladys Berejiklian has said.

Mask rules eased as Queensland records no COVID-19 cases

Queensland has eased mask restrictions to allow their removal for those seated in hospitality venues. It comes as the state records zero new local COVID-19 cases.

Queensland has eased mask restrictions to allow their removal for those seated in hospitality venues. It comes as the state records zero new local COVID-19 cases.

Afghanistan displacement crisis: Millions in need of urgent aid

Millions of Afghans face an uncertain return after being displaced by years of war

Millions of Afghans face an uncertain return after being displaced by years of war

Hunter Biden emails boast ties to White House and China

Inside has uncovered two new Hunter Biden emails unrelated to his infamous laptop scandal.

Inside has uncovered two new Hunter Biden emails unrelated to his infamous laptop scandal.

Love Island star and TV doctor urge teenagers to get Covid-19 jab

A Love Island star and a TV doctor are throwing their weight behind a campaign to persuade older teenagers to get a Covid-19 vaccine. Fifth-year medical student Priya Gopaldas, who appeared in the most recent series of the reality show, is joinin...

A Love Island star and a TV doctor are throwing their weight behind a campaign to persuade older teenagers to get a Covid-19 vaccine. Fifth-year medical student Priya Gopaldas, who appeared in the most recent series of the reality show, is joinin...

Low-lying nations urge action on climate at U.N.

Leaders from several countries at this week's United Nations General Assembly implored developed economies to curb their greenhouse gas emissions, as rising sea levels imperiled island and low-lying nations at the mercy of water. This report produced

Leaders from several countries at this week's United Nations General Assembly implored developed economies to curb their greenhouse gas emissions, as rising sea levels imperiled island and low-lying nations at the mercy of water. This report produced

In blow to Apple, EU may require USB-C chargers for all smartphones

New proposals from EU Commission would force manufacturers to create a common charging port for mobile phones, tablets and headphones

New proposals from EU Commission would force manufacturers to create a common charging port for mobile phones, tablets and headphones

Women - A minority in the German Bundestag

After the Merkel era, German politics is still dominated by men, and female politicians are structurally underrepresented.

After the Merkel era, German politics is still dominated by men, and female politicians are structurally underrepresented.

Melbourne sees days of violent anti-lockdown protests

Riot police fired rubber bullets, tear gas and more than 200 people were arrested as anti-lockdown protests continued in Melbourne for a third day on Wednesday.

Riot police fired rubber bullets, tear gas and more than 200 people were arrested as anti-lockdown protests continued in Melbourne for a third day on Wednesday.

Man, 38, arrested on suspicion of murdering Sabina Nessa

SOME PARTS MUTE A 38-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of the murder of teacher Sabina Nessa, the Metropolitan Police said. The suspect was arrested at an address in Lewisham on Thursday and is being held in custody.

SOME PARTS MUTE A 38-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of the murder of teacher Sabina Nessa, the Metropolitan Police said. The suspect was arrested at an address in Lewisham on Thursday and is being held in custody.

U.S. envoy to Haiti quits over migrant deportations

The U.S. special envoy to Haiti resigned in protest in a letter that blasted the Biden administration for deporting hundreds of migrants back to the crisis-engulfed Caribbean nation from a camp on the U.S.-Mexican border in recent days. Lisa Bernhard

The U.S. special envoy to Haiti resigned in protest in a letter that blasted the Biden administration for deporting hundreds of migrants back to the crisis-engulfed Caribbean nation from a camp on the U.S.-Mexican border in recent days. Lisa Bernhard

Prince Andrew: Connections to Jeffrey Epstein

A closer look at Prince Andrew's relationship with infamous financier Jeffrey Epstein.

A closer look at Prince Andrew's relationship with infamous financier Jeffrey Epstein.

US envoy for Haiti quits over mistreatment of Haitian migrants

In his resignation letter, Ambassador Daniel Foote says US policy to deport thousands of Haitian migrants and refugees is deeply flawed.

In his resignation letter, Ambassador Daniel Foote says US policy to deport thousands of Haitian migrants and refugees is deeply flawed.

Venezuelan migrants brave deadly Atacama Desert to get to Chile

It is the one of the driest places on Earth. But for thousands of migrants, walking through the Atacama Desert is the only way to a better life.

It is the one of the driest places on Earth. But for thousands of migrants, walking through the Atacama Desert is the only way to a better life.

Kais Saied: Tunisia’s one-man ruler

Tunisia’s president is changing the country’s political system to give himself more power. Political rivals have called his actions a coup. But who is President Kais Saied?

Tunisia’s president is changing the country’s political system to give himself more power. Political rivals have called his actions a coup. But who is President Kais Saied?

Evergrande crisis in numbers

Thousands of home-buyers and investors put money into China’s developer giant Evergrande. Now they fear they’ll never get their investments back as the company struggles to pay off its huge debt. These

Thousands of home-buyers and investors put money into China’s developer giant Evergrande. Now they fear they’ll never get their investments back as the company struggles to pay off its huge debt. These

Rwandan forces help push back armed groups in northern Mozambique

Rwanda deployed 1,000 of its troops to northern Mozambique in July to assist local security forces.

Rwanda deployed 1,000 of its troops to northern Mozambique in July to assist local security forces.

Conditions worsen for Haitian migrants on US-Mexico border

Mexico and the US are preparing to fly more Haitian migrants away from camps that have been set up along the border.

Mexico and the US are preparing to fly more Haitian migrants away from camps that have been set up along the border.

La Palma volcano destroys hundreds of homes, displaces thousands

More than 6,000 people have now been forced from their homes in La Palma, one of the Spanish Canary Islands.

More than 6,000 people have now been forced from their homes in La Palma, one of the Spanish Canary Islands.

‘Go big’: US doubles COVID vaccine purchases for global sharing

Biden announces US commitment to donate total of 1.1 billion vaccines at summit with world leaders.

Biden announces US commitment to donate total of 1.1 billion vaccines at summit with world leaders.

Syria's war: Aid agencies concerned about children's safety

Around 40,000 children are living in the Al Hol and Roj refugee camps in northeast Syria where violence is a daily threat.

Around 40,000 children are living in the Al Hol and Roj refugee camps in northeast Syria where violence is a daily threat.

Coronavirus in numbers: UK records 36,710 new cases

The Government said a further 182 people had died within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19 as of Thursday, bringing the UK total to 135,803. Separate figures published by the Office for National Statistics show there have now been 160,000 ...

The Government said a further 182 people had died within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19 as of Thursday, bringing the UK total to 135,803. Separate figures published by the Office for National Statistics show there have now been 160,000 ...

Boy who survived cable car crash in custody battle

A Tel Aviv family court held its first hearing on Thursday in a custody battle over a six-year-old boy, the sole survivor of an Italian cable car disaster, who was taken to Israel by his grandfather without permission of family in Italy.

A Tel Aviv family court held its first hearing on Thursday in a custody battle over a six-year-old boy, the sole survivor of an Italian cable car disaster, who was taken to Israel by his grandfather without permission of family in Italy.

Spiky fossil of new dinosaur species found in Morocco

An unusual fossil with a series of spikes has been revealed to be the remains of a newly discovered species of dinosaur. Palaeontologist Susannah Maidment, a researcher at the Natural History Museum, explains the finding.

An unusual fossil with a series of spikes has been revealed to be the remains of a newly discovered species of dinosaur. Palaeontologist Susannah Maidment, a researcher at the Natural History Museum, explains the finding.

Meghan says it's 'wonderful' to be back in New York on visit to One World Trade Centre

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have visited One World Trade Centre, with Meghan saying it was "wonderful" to be back in New York. Harry and Meghan posed for photographs in the observatory at the top of the skyscraper against a panoramic backdro...

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have visited One World Trade Centre, with Meghan saying it was "wonderful" to be back in New York. Harry and Meghan posed for photographs in the observatory at the top of the skyscraper against a panoramic backdro...

Woman to continue fight over Down's syndrome abortion law

A woman with Down's syndrome has vowed to continue her legal battle against the Government over legislation which allows the abortion of babies with the condition up until birth. Heidi Crowter, 26, from Coventry, is one of three claimants who bro...

A woman with Down's syndrome has vowed to continue her legal battle against the Government over legislation which allows the abortion of babies with the condition up until birth. Heidi Crowter, 26, from Coventry, is one of three claimants who bro...

Covid shot a must for US athletes at Winter Olympics

The United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee on Wednesday said all U.S. athletes hoping to compete at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Lauren Anthony has more.

The United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee on Wednesday said all U.S. athletes hoping to compete at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Lauren Anthony has more.

Police insist London's streets 'safe for women' as appeals made over Sabina Nessa murder

Detective Chief Superintendent Trevor Lawry insists London's "streets are safe for women" following the murder of Sabina Nessa.

Detective Chief Superintendent Trevor Lawry insists London's "streets are safe for women" following the murder of Sabina Nessa.

Taiwan flags risk if China joins pact first

Taiwan flagged a potential political roadblock to its own bid joining the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) if China joins first.

Taiwan flagged a potential political roadblock to its own bid joining the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) if China joins first.

Australia says will be patient rebuilding French ties

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Wednesday he has tried to arrange a conversation with French President Emmanuel Macron but has been unsuccessful so far, a week after his cancellation of a major submarine deal sparked a diplomatic row

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Wednesday he has tried to arrange a conversation with French President Emmanuel Macron but has been unsuccessful so far, a week after his cancellation of a major submarine deal sparked a diplomatic row

Sadiq Khan pays tribute to murdered teacher Sabina Nessa

Teacher Sabina Nessa is thought to have been murdered during a five-minute walk to meet a friend at a pub, police said. The London mayor Sadiq Khan paid tribute to Ms Nessa's family.

Teacher Sabina Nessa is thought to have been murdered during a five-minute walk to meet a friend at a pub, police said. The London mayor Sadiq Khan paid tribute to Ms Nessa's family.

U.S. court tells Facebook to release Rohingya records

A U.S. federal judge has ordered Facebook to release records of accounts connected to anti-Rohingya violence in Myanmar that the social media giant had shut down.

A U.S. federal judge has ordered Facebook to release records of accounts connected to anti-Rohingya violence in Myanmar that the social media giant had shut down.

Japanese pub turns to robots amid Covid-19

At this Tokyo barbecue restaurant, diners enjoy plates of meat delivered by a robot or over a conveyor belt. But up till fall of last year, this eatery used to be an "izakaya" -- a Japanese-style pub which serves small dishes and alcohol. Gloria Tso

At this Tokyo barbecue restaurant, diners enjoy plates of meat delivered by a robot or over a conveyor belt. But up till fall of last year, this eatery used to be an "izakaya" -- a Japanese-style pub which serves small dishes and alcohol. Gloria Tso

It is easy being green - Boris Johnson makes Kermit the Frog joke in UN Address

Boris Johnson tells world leaders in a speech in New York that Kermit the Frog was wrong when he sang "it's not easy being green", insisting it is simple, lucrative and the right thing to do when it comes to the issue of tackling climate change.

Boris Johnson tells world leaders in a speech in New York that Kermit the Frog was wrong when he sang "it's not easy being green", insisting it is simple, lucrative and the right thing to do when it comes to the issue of tackling climate change.

New Prince Philip documentary released

A new documentary about Prince Philip gives some rare personal insights into the royal family.

A new documentary about Prince Philip gives some rare personal insights into the royal family.

Australian PM admits French President not returning his calls

The Prime Minister has admitted the French President isn’t returning his calls after the abandoned submarine deal.

The Prime Minister has admitted the French President isn’t returning his calls after the abandoned submarine deal.

Victorians bracing for more aftershocks in the coming 'days' after 'rare' earthquake

Victorians are being warned to prepare for more aftershocks in the coming 'days, if not weeks' after a 5.9 magnitude earthquake struck.

Victorians are being warned to prepare for more aftershocks in the coming 'days, if not weeks' after a 5.9 magnitude earthquake struck.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson's address to the UN General Assembly

Coronavirus proved that "gloomy scientists" will be shown to be right on the devastation set to be caused by climate change, Boris Johnson told world leaders in a speech in New York.

Coronavirus proved that "gloomy scientists" will be shown to be right on the devastation set to be caused by climate change, Boris Johnson told world leaders in a speech in New York.

Melbourne earthquake rocks TV and radio studios

Radio host Tony Jones was live on air when the earthquake rattled his studio. ABC presenters Michael Rowland and Tony Armstrong were also filmed as the tremor hit.

Radio host Tony Jones was live on air when the earthquake rattled his studio. ABC presenters Michael Rowland and Tony Armstrong were also filmed as the tremor hit.

Haitian migrants deported as pressure builds on Biden

Amid deteriorating conditions in migrant camps on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border, U.S. authorities on Wednesday tried to deal with thousands of the mostly Haitian migrants that have gathered, releasing some in south Texas while deporting others

Amid deteriorating conditions in migrant camps on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border, U.S. authorities on Wednesday tried to deal with thousands of the mostly Haitian migrants that have gathered, releasing some in south Texas while deporting others

Lucky punter wins a GBP1 million scratchcard

Debbie Goolding's winning moment as she strikes gold on a National Lottery scratchcard.

Debbie Goolding's winning moment as she strikes gold on a National Lottery scratchcard.

Around the world: The home farm for special needs animals

Animals that suffer from deformation and aging are often slaughtered as soon as they lose the economic value. In this farm, those animals found a safe home and shelter.

Animals that suffer from deformation and aging are often slaughtered as soon as they lose the economic value. In this farm, those animals found a safe home and shelter.

South-east Australia bracing for earthquake after shocks

Clean-up continues after strongest earthquake in Australian history.

Clean-up continues after strongest earthquake in Australian history.

Hundreds more evacuated as lava spews from Canary Islands volcano

New fissure opens up on Cumbre Vieja’s slope after earthquake rocks La Palma late on Monday.

New fissure opens up on Cumbre Vieja’s slope after earthquake rocks La Palma late on Monday.

Reclaiming Magic: UK’s Royal Academy’s annual art event kicks off

The world's most joyful art exhibition is back. Britain’s Royal Academy A reminder that creativity comes in all manner of shapes and sizes.

The world's most joyful art exhibition is back. Britain’s Royal Academy A reminder that creativity comes in all manner of shapes and sizes.

Germany elections 2021: Opinions shift in Bavaria

How the German Chancellor Angela Merkel's party could fare in upcoming elections, as she prepares to step down.

How the German Chancellor Angela Merkel's party could fare in upcoming elections, as she prepares to step down.

Donald Trump sues NY Times, his niece for uncovered tax documents

Donald Trump filed a lawsuit against his niece Mary Trump and the New York Times on Tuesday.

Donald Trump filed a lawsuit against his niece Mary Trump and the New York Times on Tuesday.

Kashmir’s traditional houseboats struggle to stay afloat

Kashmir’s Dal Lake was once bustling with tourists eager to visit these hand-carved houseboats. Now, the houseboat industry is struggling to stay afloat as the government tries to preserve the lake.

Kashmir’s Dal Lake was once bustling with tourists eager to visit these hand-carved houseboats. Now, the houseboat industry is struggling to stay afloat as the government tries to preserve the lake.

Former Bagram prison inmates recount torture and abuse

Taliban fighters say they feel happy to be there once again as victors not captives.

Taliban fighters say they feel happy to be there once again as victors not captives.

Guinea: Coup uncertainty raises value of bauxite

The coup in Guinea earlier this month has given the country an unexpected windfall.

The coup in Guinea earlier this month has given the country an unexpected windfall.

US and China announce climate change pledges at UN

The US and China have made major pledges to help tackle climate change at #UNGA. The US aims to increase climate spending, and China says it will stop funding coal projects abroad.

The US and China have made major pledges to help tackle climate change at #UNGA. The US aims to increase climate spending, and China says it will stop funding coal projects abroad.

Motor Bella showcases a new, immersive auto show

The replacement for the famous Detroit Motor Show has begun.

The replacement for the famous Detroit Motor Show has begun.

Teknofest: Turkey's biggest tech event begins

Turkey's largest aerospace and technology event 'Teknofest' took off in Istanbul on Tuesday.

Turkey's largest aerospace and technology event 'Teknofest' took off in Istanbul on Tuesday.

US officials to probe whip-like cords used against migrants

Images and video show mounted US border guards wielding the cords amid mass migrant expulsion along the Texas-Mexico border.

Images and video show mounted US border guards wielding the cords amid mass migrant expulsion along the Texas-Mexico border.

Libya's parliament passes no-confidence vote in unity government

In a new blow to UN-backed peace efforts, 89 MPs in Libya’s eastern-based parliament voted to withdraw confidence from Tripoli-based administration.

In a new blow to UN-backed peace efforts, 89 MPs in Libya’s eastern-based parliament voted to withdraw confidence from Tripoli-based administration.

World leaders speak at United Nations General Assembly

The annual General Debate begins on Tuesday with speeches from leaders of US, Qatar, Iran, Turkey and China.

The annual General Debate begins on Tuesday with speeches from leaders of US, Qatar, Iran, Turkey and China.

Women's rights: World leaders demand gender equality

The UN Secretary General called on the international community to protect the rights of women and girls in Afghanistan.

The UN Secretary General called on the international community to protect the rights of women and girls in Afghanistan.

Macron to restore envoy to U.S. after submarine spat

The office of the French president said Emmanuel Macron would send his ambassador back to Washington after he held a conciliatory phone call with U.S. President Joe Biden. This report produced by Zachary Goelman.

The office of the French president said Emmanuel Macron would send his ambassador back to Washington after he held a conciliatory phone call with U.S. President Joe Biden. This report produced by Zachary Goelman.

Coronavirus in numbers: UK records 34,460 new cases

The Government said a further 166 people had died within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19 as of Wednesday, bringing the UK total to 135,621.

The Government said a further 166 people had died within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19 as of Wednesday, bringing the UK total to 135,621.

Hillary Clinton awarded honorary degree from University of Oxford

Former US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has received her honorary degree from the University of Oxford.

Former US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has received her honorary degree from the University of Oxford.

China to stop building coal power plants abroad

China's pledge to stop building coal-fired power plants overseas could cull $50 billion of investment as it slashes future carbon emissions, analysts said, although Beijing's own domestic coal program is still propping up the dirty fossil fuel.

China's pledge to stop building coal-fired power plants overseas could cull $50 billion of investment as it slashes future carbon emissions, analysts said, although Beijing's own domestic coal program is still propping up the dirty fossil fuel.

Johnson tells Macron to 'get a grip' over Aukus submarine deal

Boris Johnson has dismissed French anger about the Australian submarines deal, insisting Emmanuel Macron should "get a grip".

Boris Johnson has dismissed French anger about the Australian submarines deal, insisting Emmanuel Macron should "get a grip".

British Government preparing for gas prices to remain high for 'longer term', says minister

Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng said preparations are being made for gas prices to remain high for some time, despite Boris Johnson describing the problem as "temporary".

Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng said preparations are being made for gas prices to remain high for some time, despite Boris Johnson describing the problem as "temporary".

Boris Johnson admits set-back in securing a US trade deal

Boris Johnson has admitted to a major downgrading of his ambitions for post-Brexit ties with the US after conceding Joe Biden is not negotiating free trade pacts.

Boris Johnson has admitted to a major downgrading of his ambitions for post-Brexit ties with the US after conceding Joe Biden is not negotiating free trade pacts.

Assassination attempt on Ukraine president's aide

A volley of shots was fired at a car carrying Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy's principal aide on Wednesday in what a senior official called an assassination attempt.

A volley of shots was fired at a car carrying Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy's principal aide on Wednesday in what a senior official called an assassination attempt.

La Palma volcano forces thousands out of homes

Lava poured from an erupting volcano on the Spanish island of La Palma for a fourth day on Wednesday, blanketing houses and fields, a day after people with homes on the path of the molten rock were allowed back briefly to recover belongings.

Lava poured from an erupting volcano on the Spanish island of La Palma for a fourth day on Wednesday, blanketing houses and fields, a day after people with homes on the path of the molten rock were allowed back briefly to recover belongings.

Angela Rayner presses Dominic Raab over energy prices concerns

Labour deputy leader Angela Rayner presses Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab over concerns working people could be badly affected by potential rises in energy prices. Mr Raab countered that the Conservative Government is doing its best to suppor...

Labour deputy leader Angela Rayner presses Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab over concerns working people could be badly affected by potential rises in energy prices. Mr Raab countered that the Conservative Government is doing its best to suppor...

Divided Swiss to vote on same-sex marriage

Swiss voters decide on Sunday whether to allow same-sex couples to wed and adopt children after a highly charged campaign pitted gay rights activists against traditionalists in one of the last Western European countries to still ban gay marriage.

Swiss voters decide on Sunday whether to allow same-sex couples to wed and adopt children after a highly charged campaign pitted gay rights activists against traditionalists in one of the last Western European countries to still ban gay marriage.

M25 protesters could face prison after Government secures injunction - Shapps

Environmental activists blocking the M25 face possible imprisonment after National Highways was granted an injunction against the protests, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said. Campaign group Insulate Britain has shut down parts of the motorwa...

Environmental activists blocking the M25 face possible imprisonment after National Highways was granted an injunction against the protests, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said. Campaign group Insulate Britain has shut down parts of the motorwa...

US declares Australia its closest ally

The US has declared Australia its closest and most reliable ally, as the PM met with President in New York.

The US has declared Australia its closest and most reliable ally, as the PM met with President in New York.

Victoria records largest ever earthquake as residents told to brace for aftershocks

A "watch and act" emergency warning has been issued for Victoria as residents are told to brace for more aftershocks after a record-breaking earthquake struck the state.

A "watch and act" emergency warning has been issued for Victoria as residents are told to brace for more aftershocks after a record-breaking earthquake struck the state.

Protests have taken place on the streets of Melbourne for the third day in a row

Protesters have swamped Melbourne's CBD for the third day, leading to police setting off tear gas after hundreds converged on Melbourne's most famous war memorial.

Protesters have swamped Melbourne's CBD for the third day, leading to police setting off tear gas after hundreds converged on Melbourne's most famous war memorial.

Indigenous protesters seek refugee status for tree

Indigenous activists delivered a tree by truck to the embassy of Norway in Brasilia on Tuesday at the same time that Brazil's far-right President Jair Bolsonaro defended his government's record in slowing Amazon deforestation.

Indigenous activists delivered a tree by truck to the embassy of Norway in Brasilia on Tuesday at the same time that Brazil's far-right President Jair Bolsonaro defended his government's record in slowing Amazon deforestation.

NSW preparing ‘freedom day’ roadmap

NSW lockdown has been predicted to end in mid-October, with Premier Gladys Berejiklian indicating preparations for the 80 per cent fully vaccinated roadmap.

NSW lockdown has been predicted to end in mid-October, with Premier Gladys Berejiklian indicating preparations for the 80 per cent fully vaccinated roadmap.

Earthquake causes confusion for animals at zoo

An earthquake has caused confusion for animals at a Victorian zoo.

An earthquake has caused confusion for animals at a Victorian zoo.

Joe Biden issues warning over Northern Ireland Protocol

Meeting the Prime Minister in the White House, the US President issued a fresh warning for the UK not to damage the peace process in Northern Ireland over the EU departure. Vocally proud of his Irish heritage, Mr Biden said he feels "very strongl...

Meeting the Prime Minister in the White House, the US President issued a fresh warning for the UK not to damage the peace process in Northern Ireland over the EU departure. Vocally proud of his Irish heritage, Mr Biden said he feels "very strongl...

Victoria police flood Melbourne CBD in effort to control violent riots

It’s the third day of tradies protesting against mandatory vaccinations which saw them clash with authorities on city streets.

It’s the third day of tradies protesting against mandatory vaccinations which saw them clash with authorities on city streets.

Melbourne earthquake hits ABC studio

Footage from ABC News showed presenters Michael Rowland and Tony Armstrong in a state of confusion as their studio shook.

Footage from ABC News showed presenters Michael Rowland and Tony Armstrong in a state of confusion as their studio shook.

Australian PM speaks on 'rare' Victoria earthquake

Wednesday, September 22: Prime Minister Scott Morrison said there are no serious injuries at this stage after a "rare" earthquake hit Victoria.

Wednesday, September 22: Prime Minister Scott Morrison said there are no serious injuries at this stage after a "rare" earthquake hit Victoria.

Biden faces heat for handling of migrant crisis

U.S. President Joe Biden faced pressure on Tuesday to halt the expulsion of asylum seekers to Haiti from a Texas border camp, as outrage grew over images of officials on horseback using reins as whips against migrants.

U.S. President Joe Biden faced pressure on Tuesday to halt the expulsion of asylum seekers to Haiti from a Texas border camp, as outrage grew over images of officials on horseback using reins as whips against migrants.

Boris Johnson praises US government's climate change effort during meeting with Kamala Harris

Prime Minister Boris Johnson praises President Joe Biden's climate change effort as a 'really good day for the world' as he met with vice president Kamala Harris at the White House.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson praises President Joe Biden's climate change effort as a 'really good day for the world' as he met with vice president Kamala Harris at the White House.

Bolsonaro appears to break UN vaccine 'honour code'

The United Nations General Assembly session - with its focus on fighting the pandemic - kicked off with a speech from Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who has bragged about not being vaccinated against COVID-19. Lisa Bernhard produced this report.

The United Nations General Assembly session - with its focus on fighting the pandemic - kicked off with a speech from Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who has bragged about not being vaccinated against COVID-19. Lisa Bernhard produced this report.

Biden vows diplomacy, unity in UN speech

U.S. President Joe Biden mapped out a new era of vigorous competition without cold war in his first United Nations address as President on Tuesday, promising restraint from the U.S. military and new commitments to cope with climate change. This repor

U.S. President Joe Biden mapped out a new era of vigorous competition without cold war in his first United Nations address as President on Tuesday, promising restraint from the U.S. military and new commitments to cope with climate change. This repor

Colombia: Troops deployed in Bogota to confront crime wave

Why some Colombians are taking out insurance, against a surge in street crime.

Why some Colombians are taking out insurance, against a surge in street crime.

Sudan transitional government says coup attempt has failed

Government officials blame the attempt on allies of the former President Omar al-Bashir, who was deposed in 2019.

Government officials blame the attempt on allies of the former President Omar al-Bashir, who was deposed in 2019.

China’s Evergrande default concerns loom large on nervous market

With Beijing not showing any signs of stepping in to help the developer, concerns over spillover risks remain high.

With Beijing not showing any signs of stepping in to help the developer, concerns over spillover risks remain high.

Who is ‘Hotel Rwanda’ hero Paul Rusesabagina?

The hero of ‘Hotel Rwanda’ has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for ‘terrorist attacks’ in a trial he has called a sham. But who is Paul Rusesabagina?

The hero of ‘Hotel Rwanda’ has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for ‘terrorist attacks’ in a trial he has called a sham. But who is Paul Rusesabagina?

‘Obscene’: Rights groups slam US expulsions of Haitian migrants

More than 12,000 Haitian migrants have been camped under a bridge in Texas after wading across Rio Grande from Mexico.

More than 12,000 Haitian migrants have been camped under a bridge in Texas after wading across Rio Grande from Mexico.

Canada: Trudeau’s Liberals win minority government, CBC projects

Canadian PM says he won clear mandate to govern, although he fell short of a majority win after tight election race.

Canadian PM says he won clear mandate to govern, although he fell short of a majority win after tight election race.

Biden eases travel to US to those with COVID vaccinations

Beginning in November, foreign travellers flying to the US will need proof of vaccination and a negative test before boarding.

Beginning in November, foreign travellers flying to the US will need proof of vaccination and a negative test before boarding.

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