4:23 AM New human remains found at the crash site of flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine, Dutch PM says.
4:24 AM Rolf Harris has been denied permission to appeal his indecent assault convictions.
5:23 AM Eight-year-old stabbed to death and two classmates seriously injured in the latest attack in China.
Fishing boat that changes flags and names as it plunders South Pacific is to be declared a pirate ship
Kiwis specialists say New Zealand has learnt from international mistakes, and is more prepared for Ebola.
Officers hunt for armed bank robbers believed to have crashed their getaway car in Fairfield East.
A Buddhist monk is in an induced coma while a temple caretaker is recovering after a nail gun attack between the pair.
Ebola-infected nurse Nina Pham to be reunited with dog Bentley after tests show pet is free of the virus.
Seven-week manhunt in US ends with capture of Eric Frein, who allegedly killed a state trooper.
Unamed US official's "chickens***" comment about Israeli PM "disgraceful", says John Kerry.
Letters that spell out Anzac have been stolen from commemorative site at North Beach in Turkey.
France launches investigation into unidentified drones that have been spotted over nuclear plants.
Russia has agreed to resume gas deliveries to Ukraine through the winter in an EU-brokered deal.
Fierce clashes and fears of new Palestinian uprising follow Israeli police shooting of Palestinian man.
Islamic State group militants lined up 30 men in western Iraq and shot them dead, an official and residents say.
Houses razed along Gaza border as Egypt tries to prevent militant infiltration after wave of deadly attacks.
5:00 AM Her hands were clean despite the ingrained dirt. She grabbed one of mine, showed me her rough palms and laughed. The rural woman's grasp was gentle despite the roughness of her skin.
For some of China's wealthy, the terrestrial trappings are worthless compared to bounty from outer space.
Toll reduced to over 100 as official says no hope of finding survivors in Sri Lanka landslide.
Three protesters dead as thousands demand resignation of Burkina Faso president and burn parliament.
Liberia appears to be seeing a decline in the spread of the virus, says WHO.
The secular Nidaa Tounes party has won Tunisia's landmark legislative polls, beating Islamist rivals Ennahda.
Samoa’s police are defending themselves after locking up a three-year-old boy.
The sonar search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight is about to resume, south of the previous search zone.
New Zealand aid money to Nauru has been caught up in a financial spat after an Australian court froze the island nation's accounts.