Mum: I don't regret killing kids

Mitchelle Blair says she has no regrets for savagely killing her daughter, saying she would "do it again". Blair also killed her son, but said she only intended to inflict serious bodily harm on him.

If Mitchelle Blair had the opportunity to savagely kill her children again, "I would ... I do not feel any remorse".

Boy's death-fall on camera

Archie Hunt fell 30 metres to his death. His teammates will be honouring him by wearing black arm bands.

10:34 AM  Teammates of a boy who fell 30m to his death inside a Sydney shopping centre are "devastated".

7 arrests in Tunisia massacre video

Flowers are laid at the beachside of the Imperial Marhaba resort in Sousse, Tunisia, after the 38 deaths.

Tunisian authorities arrest seven alleged accomplices of gunman who killed 38 people at beach resort.

Fire destroys 23 homes gallery

Hundreds of people in Washington state have been told to flee their homes, with fire claiming 23 properties. The cause of the blaze isn't yet known, but it followed a number of lightning strikes in the region.

Wildfire burning in Washington state destroys buildings and homes, with hundreds forced to evacuate.

Shocked Greeks face default video

Pensioners line up outside an Athens branch of the National Bank of Greece hoping to get their pensions.

18 min ago  Stunned Greeks face shut banks, long supermarket lines as country plunges deeper into crisis.

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australia

Relief for girl gaining 1kg a week

Hana's mum said she needed to take her abroad to get the help she needed to save her life.

Parents of a 7-year-old Sydney girl were forced to take their daughter abroad for surgery after she put on 30 kg in one year.

Mystery woman's bizarre memories

She remembers eating breakfast at Perth's Cottesloe beach, dining out in Byron Bay and has dreams of Sydney's Bondi.

Boy falls to death at shopping centre

Protests at closure of Aboriginal communities

americas

9/11 insider charged in sex sting

Ray Howland is facing child-sex charges after an online sting.

An American Airlines boss who was among the few people to learn of the first 9/11 hijacking before the jet struck the World Trade Centre has been arrested in an online child-sex sting.

Three wives, still for traditional marriage

Donald Trump struggles to reconcile marriage views with his own personal history.

An unmanned SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket explodes, about two minutes after liftoff on Sunday, destroying a cargo ship bound for the International Space Station.

Probing 'final milliseconds' of rocket

SpaceX officials will meet daily with Nasa and the air force in hopes of quickly learning what caused rocket bound for space station to disintegrate.

europe

How one family escaped Syria

Ahmed Jinaid and his family are among the thousands fleeing the Middle East for Europe each month. From here, the Macedonian border is only a kilometer ahead and they must cross this hill without being spotted by any of the armed gangs and paramilitaries operating in the area.

They travelled 2500 kilometres by boat, train, car and foot, joining a historic exodus out of the Middle East to Europe.

Syrian links for France attack suspect

French police linked the suspected Islamist who attempted to blow up a chemical plant to a militant group in Syria.

Protesters hold placards forming the word "No" during an anti-EU protest outside the parliament in Athens.

Fear spreads of a eurozone implosion

Fears are mounting that the outcome could sink not just Greece but the euro and the idea of the EU itself.

middle east

Car bomb targets mourners

The flag of Yemen.

A car bomb has exploded behind a military hospital in the Yemeni capital, causing dozens of casualties.

Mosque bombing suspects detained

Kuwait arrests several people on suspicion of involvement in the bombing of a mosque that killed 27 people.

An Islamic State suicide bomber blew himself up inside the packed Imam Sadiq Mosque in Kuwait city, killing at least 27 people.

Bomber's identity rattles Kuwait

Saudi man named as Kuwait bomber as Islamic State releases audio statement from the suicide bomber himself.

asia

Chinese hackers wear white hats

China has made cybersecurity a national priority.

Not every Chinese hacker is out to pilfer and destroy.

More than 500 injured in fun park fire video

The number of revellers injured in a fire at a Taiwan water park has risen to more than 500.

Solar Impulse 2, a solar powered airplane attempts a round-the-world flight.

Fuelless plane attempts trip around the globe

A solar-powered plane attempting to circumnavigate the globe without fuel took off from Japan early Monday after an unscheduled, month-long stop.

africa

Seven arrested over Tunisia massacre video

Flowers are laid at the beachside of the Imperial Marhaba resort in Sousse, Tunisia, after the 38 deaths.

Tunisian authorities arrest seven alleged accomplices of gunman who killed 38 people at beach resort.

'I wish I was gone too'

Shot twice, she lay in the sand playing dead as the Tunisia beach resort gunman killed her husband beside her.

Hana's mum said she needed to take her abroad to get the help she needed to save her life.

Relief for girl gaining 1kg a week

Parents of a 7-year-old Sydney girl were forced to take their daughter abroad for surgery after she put on 30 kg in one year.

south pacific

Saved from burning yacht in Pacific gallery

A dramatic moment in the rescue.

As the last man was lifted to safety, the rope snapped and the raft fell into the darkness.

6.0 earthquake near Tonga

A magnitude 6.0 earthquake has struck in between Tonga and Fiji.

Murray Vereker-Bindon, 70, left, and crewman Michael Boyd, 68, both from Hamilton, and Victor Campos, a 35-year-old professional skipper from Mexico.

Kiwis rescued from fiery yacht

Two Kiwis escaped burning yacht in just underwear and life jackets.

Video

Greece nears $2.6b default

Tens of thousands of Greeks rally amid financial chaos to back the government's bailout rejection.

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