Khaled Sharrouf

Police seek Sydney terror-accused

Australian police seek two men accused of fighting in Iraq and Syria, after pair pose with severed heads online.

World powers divided on Gaza

Iran's supreme leader has called on the Muslim world to arm Palestinians while US lawmakers seek military aid for Israel.

Ebola doctor in grave condition

Texas-trained doctor says he is "terrified" of the disease progressing further.

Victims' journey far from over

It was a journey that started like so many others. It was never meant to end like this.

Summer camp in North Korea?

More than 300 young children and teenagers from Russia, China, Vietnam, Ireland and Tanzania are heading to summer North Korea.

Shot in the face 5 times, 'lucky'

Three bullets remain lodged in James Meyers' flesh and bone; yet he is happy to be alive.

MH17 mission thwarted

International police team fail to reach crash site of Malaysian Airlines plane for a second day as clashes rage in nearby town.

Marriage, not war, on agenda

Asylum seekers want compensation

Child abuse suspect killed

USA Man who skipped town after being accused of molesting boy killed in a daytime shootout in New York.

US: Russia violated nuke treaty

Moscow has violated the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces treaty, according to the US government.

Arrest for nine-month kidnapping

Hundreds of white powder letters

Crimespree kills three children

Two men have been charged with murder and sexual assault in connection with a carjacking that killed three children.

Strange captivity in Ukraine

Ukraine After pointless questioning, amateur militants gave me a bizarre glimpse of their world.

Trying to stop a world war

Two cousins locked in a "doomsday machine" try and fail to avoid a global catastrophe.

Giant bum farts at France

Russia 'fired rockets into Ukraine'

Sanctions put Russia under fire

US and Europe agree to impose wider sanctions on Russia in the wake of MH17 attack.

This is life in Gaza City

Gaza GRAPHIC IMAGES: These photos are hard enough to bear, but they only hint at what life is like in Gaza.

Mob kills woman, grandkids

Rioters burned down homes and killed a woman and her two granddaughters over rumours of Facebook blasphemy.

Mosul fights back

UN demands ceasefire

Israel hits Hamas leader's house

Aircraft fire missile at house of Hamas Gaza leader Ismail Haniyeh causing damage but no casualties.

Abu Sayyaf kill 18 in road attack

Abu Sayyaf gunmen opened fire on two vans, killing 18 people in a bloody attack in the Philippines.

Typhoon kills 13 in China

A typhoon has killed 13 people in China and left thousands in need of basic living supplies.

Worst affected MH17 countries meet

Ferry death a mystery

Teens describe harrowing escape

Six teenagers who survived South Korea's worst maritime disaster have described how they escaped the sinking ship.

Rush for answers after Ebola death

Ebola No one knows for sure just how many people Patrick Sawyer came into contact with the day he boarded a flight in Liberia.

Ebola outbreak infecting doctors

The world's deadliest Ebola outbreak is infecting health care workers and forcing nations to close border crossings.

Boko Haram in high-profile kidnap

Weather likely cause of crash

All you need to know about ebola

This is the worst ebola outbreak in history. Here's why you should be worried.

'No ill will' over death

Police The family of former detective Joshua Liava'a says they hold "no ill will" against the relative accused of their father's murder.

Nina search 'poorly managed'

Families of seven people lost in the Tasman when their yacht vanished have criticised New Zealand's search.

Nina searchers praised

Wait continues for Bainimarama's visa

Round-the-world teen pilot killed

Teenager on fundraising around-the-world-in-30-days tour killed and his father missing after their plane crashed.

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