Stay up-to-date with the latest developments in the ongoing Iraq crisis.
British PM David Cameron says the murder of aid worker David Haines by jihadists is an "act of pure evil" and he has vowed to hunt down his killers.
Thousands of people from around the world have travelled to join militants fighting in Iraq and Syria. Just where do all these people come from?
Extra police from Sydney and Newcastle are heading to Kendall on the NSW mid-north coast to search for a missing three-year-old boy.
Almost one in five Australians are getting by pay to pay, according to a NAB survey
The Prime Minister has settled into a temporary tent village on the outskirts of Nhulunbuy as he prepares to spend a week in Arnhem Land.
Stunning photos of the Northern Lights have lit up social media over the weekend. We take a look at some of the best pictures.

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Adelaide engineers have developed an innovative water purifying system that uses scrap materials like chip packets to concentrate sunlight on running water.
Kanye West's Friday concert in Sydney is making headlines for the wrong reasons.
The reputation of Apple’s fans is as well known as Apple’s products.
Living Black’s Laura Murphy-Oates investigates West Australia’s indefinite custody orders that can leave mentally impaired people languishing in prison.
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The Grandmothers Against Removals group has called for a moratorium on the use of police in the removal of Aboriginal children from their families.
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More than 1,000 protesters have paraded through Hong Kong against a recent decision by Beijing that crushed the city's hopes for full democracy.
Commemorations in PNG and Australia will mark the 100th anniversary of engagement on 11 September 1914 and the soldiers who fought and were the first to die for their country in the First World War.
A much anticipated Apple product launch has included iPhones with large screens, a smartwatch and a new mobile wallet.
Dame Marie Bashir was honoured for her 13 years of service as Governer of New South Wales. She was escorted by a full military honour guard for the official opening of the second session of the 55th parliament. The parade was also used to farewell the Governor who will be replaced by Defence force chief General David Hurley.

Marin Cilic wins US Open

Marin Cilic clinched his first Grand Slam title Monday against Kei Nishikori 6-3, 6-3, 6-3 victory in the 2014 US Open final.
Landslides and flash floods triggered by heavy monsoon rains have killed nearly 300 people in large swaths of northern India and Pakistan.

Serena Williams wins US Open

World number one Serena Williams has won her sixth US Open title, overpowering Caroline Wozniacki 6-3, 6-3 to take her Grand Slam tally to 18.
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A number of active volcanoes have rumbled into activity in recent weeks allowing photojournalists to capture these remarkable photographs.
Hieu Van Le, a Vietnamese refugee who arrived in Australia 39 years ago with nothing but a “suitcase of invisible dreams”, has been sworn in for a five year term as South Australia’s 35th Governor.