The count-down is on for the execution as soon as tomorrow of the two Australian drug smugglers on death row in Indonesia.
Australians and New Zealanders turned up in their hundreds and thousands at dawn services around the world.
The role of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander soldiers has been remembered at a ceremony in Sydney's Redfern Park.
Human rights lawyer Geoffrey Robertson says 'genocide' is appropriate to describe what happened to the Armenians.
How much of the Anzac legend is based on truth, and how much is myth?
Australian researchers say they are growing increasingly hopeful of finding a cure to drug-resistant leukaemia in children.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott and his New Zealand counterpart have again condemned the self-proclaimed Islamic State militants.
Two brothers are using art to explore the theme of Muslim identity, pre and post the September 11 attacks.
European Union leaders are discussing the worsening refugee crisis in the Mediterranean in Brussels.
April 24, 1915, is the date Armenians consider to be the start of what they regard as a genocide by Ottoman Turkish forces.
A program to resettle refugees in a struggling regional Victorian town has added $40 million to its economy.
Many regarded them as the enemy, causing the contributions of German Australians to the Anzac effort to be largely overlooked.
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