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Oriol Riera is a man on a mission to help the Western Sydney Wanderers return to A-League contenders status.
The Philippine Congress has voted overwhelmingly to extend martial law in the south until the end of the year.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo has told police officers to "be firm" and shoot drug traffickers, saying the country faces a "narcotics emergency".
The Greek holiday island of Kos is struggling to recover from a quake that killed two people and injured hundreds, with tourists facing flight delays and the...
Drivers are being told to check whether their cars contain a faulty airbag following the first death linked to the product in Australia.
South Australian Aboriginal elder and activist Yami Lester, who was left blind by the Maralinga nuclear bomb tests, has died aged 75.
In Focus: Australia's First People
Between 250 to 700 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages existed before European settlement depending on which linguist you speak with. More than two centuries later, only 150 of those tra...
We look at 11 people working towards revitalising their communities languages.
For the first time ever, a children's animation television show has been shown completely in Palawa Kani allowing children to connect to culture through language.
Before European settlement, Indigenous Australians spoke an estimated 250 different languages. Today, schools teaching their language of country are finding students are more likely to engage with con...
For 60,000 years, traditional Aboriginal healers or ngankari (pronounced as nun-ka-ri) have treated patients using a set of ancient medical knowledge system passed down from generations. Today, the ...
Police in the German city of Hamburg have been met by anti-capitalist activists hurling bottles and stones ahead of the G20 summit.
Eid al-Fitr is one of the most important holidays in the Islamic calendar. It marks the end of Ramadan, the holy month of fasting for Muslims.
Cheers drowned out tears in Manchester on Sunday as Ariana Grande was joined by fellow music stars for a charity concert where fans vowed to face down fears of terrorism after two deadly attacks in Britain.
A reported explosion sparked frantic evacuations of a concert hall in Manchester where US singer Ariana Grande was performing on Monday night.
The World Federation of Public Health Associations is running a public health photo competition to celebrate its 50th birthday. Here is a short list of the best images.
More than two dozen photographs of the Pentagon taken on September 11, 2001, have reappeared on the FBI's website.