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Authorities say more than 400 people have been confirmed dead and another 600 are missing after mudslides and flooding in Sierra Leone.
A man has stabbed seven people on a street in the Siberian city of Surgut. IS has claimed the attack but police will not confirm if it is terrorism related.
New research confirms that those with South Asian heritage are more likely than other ethnic groups to die prematurely from cardiovascular disease.
A man carrying a pistol has been arrested at a French train station near the Spanish border - but police say he isn't a terror suspect.
Crossbench senator Nick Xenophon will refer himself to the High Court after finding out he's a British Overseas Citizen.
The terror cell behind Spain's deadly twin attacks has been 'dismantled,' Interior Minister Juan Ignacio Zoido said Saturday, as police still hunted for one...
A woman is in a serious condition after a car crashed into the footpath of a busy street in Sydney's north, injuring seven pedestrians including a child.
In Focus: Australia's First People
Greek migrant Meletis Apostolou arrived in Australia in the 60s. He tried unsuccessfully to begin his new life in Melbourne and in Sydney. He had the 'Bonegilla' experience, and soon after he decided ...
Naming conventions can be inherently colonial. Whoever gets to decide the names of things has a position of power over the thing they are naming.
Thanks to a close knowledge of local resources and produce, Aboriginal people have been enjoying the best native produce that Australia has to offer for thousands of years. European colonists meanwhil...
Learning to read can be hard enough without a camera following your every move. The director of a moving new doc tells us how she convinced a brave group of Indigenous adult literacy students to let h...
American photographer Mustafah Abdulaziz has travelled the world since 2011 to document how communities are dealing with the global water crisis.
Rwanda goes to the polls with the incumbent Paul Kagame hoping to extend his rule for another seven years but faces a challenge from his opposition.
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.