More news and analysis from Australia and the world.
Hundreds of thousands of people demonstrated in Yemen's rebel-held capital on Sunday in a show of support for the insurgents, two years after a Gulf coalition...
United Airlines has come under fire for stopping two teenagers from boarding a flight because they were wearing leggings, saying they weren't meeting dress code...
Labor leader Bill Shorten thinks it's wrong of the Greens to link the possible devastation from Cyclone Debbie with coal-generated electricity.
An avalanche killed eight high school students on a mountain-climbing trip in Japan on Monday, with more than 30 people reportedly injured.
Many students are learning, or re-learning, their heritage language outside of school, with after-hours Community Languages Schools.
A Sydney-based Chinese academic remains in China after being barred from returning to Australia.
An "unprecedented" 21 different types of dinosaur tracks have been found on a stretch of Australia's remote coastline, scientists said on Monday, dubbing it the...
Spotlight on the 2017 'Super Elections'
Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative party has won a state election, an important test ahead of the national German election.
Voting in the small state of Saarland on Sunday will be seen as a key test of the Social Democrats' rising fortunes under new leader Martin Schulz.
The 27 European Union leaders meet in Rome on the 60th anniversary of the bloc's founding treaty, and endorse a declaration of intent they hope will last a decade.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's party faces a first election-year test against resurgent leftwing challengers when voters go to the polls on Sunday in the tiny...
The new Dutch parliament met for the first time Thursday since last week's elections, as a four-party coalition government appeared to be emerging from fierce...
As the EU turns 60 amid a divorce from Britain and other mid-life crisis, the question is increasingly not how it can bounce back, but how it can survive.
In focus: Australia's First People
A repatriation ceremony has been held at the Australian Embassy in Berlin to respectfully acknowledge the unconditional return of three Indigenous ancestral remains.
Maoriland festival goers gets an insight into how 360 technology is being adapted and used in Australia for social and political development for Indigenous Australians.
Children's stories by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander writers and illustrators are funny, sad, thoughtful, silly, profound, and joyous.
A Sydney-based yoga organisation is fusing Indian and Indigenous yoga traditions, incorporating the spirit of Aboriginal Australia into the ancient practice.
Treaties, community relationships and tackling racism - what can Australia learn from First Nations' parlimentary seats across the globe?
Hundreds of people paid tribute to victims of the Westminster attack outside British parliament which left four people dead and many more injured.
An attacker drove a car into people on Westminster Bridge before crashing into a fence outside parliament and wielding a knife.
From live TV errors to political protests, the 89th Academy Awards was more than just the glitz.
A behind-the-scenes look at Insight's recent trip to the Latrobe Valley, speaking and filming with communities affected by the closure of Hazelwood Power Station and Mine.
Chief White House photographer Pete Souza has released his final series of images, offering a glimpse inside the Obama administration in its final year.
The year 2016 gave political cartoonists more material than you could poke a pencil at. Eighty of the best cartoons went on display in the Behind the Lines exhibition at the Museum of Australian Democracy in Canberra.
Donald Trump supporters were jubilant while Hillary Clinton supporters were shocked and silent - it is the tale of two camps as the US starts to come to terms with Trump's shock victory.