An assailant attempts to shoot a prominent Turkish journalist outside a courthouse in Istanbul.
After the al-Qaeda chief was killed, some think Pakistani intelligence retaliated against CIA's station chief.
Air strikes on a camp housing Syrians uprooted by war killed 28 people near the Turkish border.
Child-recovery agent accuses Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop of "double standards".
War-torn Aleppo was quiet following a deal to extend a cessation of hostilities that had crumbled.
Syrian mainstream rebel groups have set up a task force to avoid the spread of inter-rebel warfare.
Add Tom and Jerry to the list of reasons for violence and extremism in the middle east.
The combat death of a US Navy SEAL in Iraq coincides with a deepening American role in fighting Islamic State.
Syrian President Bashar al Assad is on notice from the US.
It was a revenge killing that shocked many with its savage nature and has ended with a life sentence for the ringleader.
A boy whose Messi shirt made from a plastic bag brought internet fame has left Afghanistan due to kidnap fears.
Shi'ite protesters storm parliament in rally against corruption, as Isis carries out another deadly attack.
Air strikes hit rebel-held areas of Syrian city of Aleppo, killing more people in a ninth day of bombardments.
An alcohol ban at a military base in Iraq has angered Australian soldiers, who say Kiwis are to blame.
A suicide bomber driving a car killed at least 17 people and wounded more than 40 others.
Labour leader Andrew Little left "shaken" by visit to Jordan's biggest refugee camp.
Air strikes hit a hospital in a rebel-held area of Syria's Aleppo, killing at least 27 people.
An Australian woman reportedly abducted by armed men in Jalalabad in eastern Afghanistan.
At least 20 people, including three children and Aleppo city's last paediatrician, have died in Syria.
Female suicide bomber wounds at least 13 people after blowing herself up in northwestern Turkish city.
Overnight air strikes and a rocket attack in Syria killed five rescue workers in a civil defence centre.
Australia's 60 Minutes was involved in filming another controversial child recovery operation in Turkey.
Saudi Arabia, the world's top oil exporter, has a plan to help it live without oil.
Dubai's leader wants 25 per cent of all trips on its roads to be done by driverless vehicles by 2030.
Security tight as New Zealanders and Australians make the pilgrimage to Gallipoli.
Australians and New Zealanders join together for their biggest shared mission since Gallipoli.
Two rockets have hit a town near the Syrian border, wounding some people, said a witness.
Car bombs in two Baghdad suburbs have claimed the lives of six civilians, with dozens wounded.
Sally Faulkner is having an emotional reunion with her children after facing her estranged husband in court.
Freed Australian reporter Tara Brown flees Lebanon after she and her crew were released from jail.