Fatal shooting at shopping mall video

A woman is wheeled away by paramedics after the shooting at Bankstown Central Shopping Centre.

Gunman is believed to have accomplices in the "targeted" attack, say Sydney police.

Refugee dies from burn injuries

The 23-year-old refugee who set himself on fire has died in a Brisbane hospital.

A distressed Iranian refugee at Nauru who set himself ablaze has died in a Brisbane hospital.

Man sentenced to hard labour

Kim Dong Chul, 62, admitted to stealing North Korean military secrets.

An elderly US man will spend 10 years doing hard labour in North Korea for "unpardonable espionage".

Guide to the Indiana primaries

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders may be hanging around to win some policy concessions from frontrunner ...

What are the rules when Donald Trump and Ted Cruz go head-to-head in Indiana?

Masseur preyed on clients

The masseur also secretly filmed the incidents of abuse.

Children and two intellectually impaired women were among those abused by a masseur in Australia.

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90kg pallet falls on retail worker

A pallet weighing between 90kg-100kg fell on Erin Talty's head, leaving her with a brain injury, as well as injuries to ...

The former employee has no memory of the workplace accident which left her with a traumatic brain injury.

Daily Show spoofs Donald Trump

They Love Me, a spoof song by the Daily Show.

The hip-hop song features 100% genuine quotes from the Republican frontrunner.

52-year sentence for horrific torture

The sentence was among the longest ever against a senior army officer.

A Mexican general electrocuted a suspect to death before ordering the man's body to be secretly burned.

Will Indiana be Cruz's last stand?

On the street in Indianapolis, the mood seems to strongly back a Trump victory.

ANALYSIS: The best show in town has rolled into Indiana - will Ted Cruz be vanquished by Donald Trump?

You're saying these words wrong

According to Ferrero, Nutella is pronounced "ew-tell-uh" and not "nuh-tell-uh" as commonly thought.

Chuck on your "ny-kees" and head on down to "ih-key-yah" in your "hun-day". Understand?

$1.8m fine over Nurofen claims

The ACCC, Australia's consumer watchdog, said the caplets in all four products contained the same active ingredient, ...

Nurofen maker landed with fine for misleading consumers about its specific pain products.

Mum walks free for killing lover

Lisa McLaughlin was never the same after the death of her son, and the judge said the sentence reflected that.

Judge gives woman who "dropped her bundle" after her son's tragic death a lenient sentence.

A woman for the battlefield

Kristen Griest has become the US' first infantry officer - meaning she can lead troops into battle.

For the first time, a woman has become an officer in the US Army able to lead troops into battle.

'Should she use the men's bathroom?'

"If this was YOUR daughter, would you be comfortable sending her into a men's bathroom?"

Photographer shares image of transgender teen to protest US laws that force people to use toilets based on birth certificates.

Girl sneaks onto Russian flight video

The 11-year-old can be seen slipping beneath a barrier before blending into a crowd.

An 11-year-old who wanted to see St Petersburg, and experience flight, found a way.

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90kg pallet falls on retail worker

A pallet weighing between 90kg-100kg fell on Erin Talty's head, leaving her with a brain injury, as well as injuries to ...

8:37 PM  The former employee has no memory of the workplace accident which left her with a traumatic brain injury.

Mum walks free for killing lover

Judge gives woman who "dropped her bundle" after her son's tragic death a lenient sentence.

Shopping trip ended in murder

Doctors' outrage at baby back crack

americas

A woman for the battlefield

Kristen Griest has become the US' first infantry officer - meaning she can lead troops into battle.

For the first time, a woman has become an officer in the US Army able to lead troops into battle.

'Should she use the men's bathroom?'

"If this was YOUR daughter, would you be comfortable sending her into a men's bathroom?"

Photographer shares image of transgender teen to protest US laws that force people to use toilets based on birth certificates.

US women could face the draft

The US Army opened combat roles to women last year. Now there's a push to go even further.

Now women can serve in US combat rules, there's a push to make them register for the draft too.

Pilot accused of flying drunk

A JetBlue pilot in the US has appeared in court on charges related to flying a plane while drunk.

Pilot faces 15 years jail after being charged with flying while under the influence of alcohol.

europe

'Intelligence of an empty ashtray'

Salah Abdeslam has never read the Koran, says his Belgian lawyer Sven Mary.

The lawyer for Paris terror suspect Salah Abdeslam says his client is a dim-witted "little jerk" who has never read the Koran.

How much it costs to live like royals

Prince William and wife Kate, pictured on this year's tour of India, get an annual allowance from Prince Charles.

They might be well into their 30s, but Princes William and Harry still live off an "allowance" from dad, palace report reveals.

Investors nervous about Brexit vote

Britain is to hold a referendum on whether to stay in the EU.

Investors halt purchases of British commercial property ahead of the EU membership referendum

Paris attacks suspect extradited

Salah Abdeslam, 26, has been handed over to French authorities to stand trial over the Paris terror attacks that killed ...

​Salah Abdeslam has been charged by French authorities over Paris terrorist attacks.

middle east

Dozens killed in hospital strike video

A civil defence member carries a child that survived from under the rubble at a site hit by airstrikes in the rebel held ...

Air strikes hit a hospital in a rebel-held area of Syria's Aleppo, killing at least 27 people.

Australian woman 'abducted'

An Australian woman working for a non-profit was abducted in Jalalabad, eastern Afghanistan.

An Australian woman reportedly abducted by armed men in Jalalabad in eastern Afghanistan.

Air strikes leave 3 kids dead

Civil defence members carry a casualty after an airstrike at a field hospital in the al-Sukari district of Aleppo, Syria.

At least 20 people, including three children and Aleppo city's last paediatrician, have died in Syria.

Female suicide bomber strikes

A female suicide bomber struck near the main mosque in Bursa, the fifth suicide bombing in a major Turkish urban centre ...

Female suicide bomber wounds at least 13 people after blowing herself up in northwestern Turkish city.

asia

Future of public transport is here

The automated group rapid transport (GRT) vehicle can carry up to 24 people and is wheelchair-access-friendly.

Driverless pods are the latest and coolest mode of public transport.

'X' Day: A quake to shake the world

A wave approaches Miyako City after the magnitude 8.9 earthquake struck Japan on March 11, 2011.

Windows shatter, trains derail and cars plunge from buckling bridges. It all happens at 4.35pm on a day dubbed "Tokyo's X Day".

Bali nine member 'found with drugs'

Michael Czugaj, pictured in 2006, was allegedly caught with the drug ice in prison.

Australian Michael Czugaj has been moved to a different prison after he was allegedly found with ice.

Call to end elephant rides video

Thousands have shared the image of the deceased elephant, Sambo.

Thousands have signed a petition after an elephant trained to carry tourists dropped dead from exhaustion.

africa

New life awaits circus lions video

All the lions were starving when they were rescued, said Animal Defenders International.

They were found starving, with missing claws and smashed teeth. But a new life awaits 33 rescued lions.

11 shot dead at military barracks

The shootings happened in Cape Verde, off the coast of West Africa.

A disgruntled soldier is suspected of gunning down eight other soldiers and three civilians at a military barracks.

Piracy in Gulf of Guinea 'alarming'

A naval officer mans a machine gun on a boat off Nigeria's coast in 2013. The US says there is an alarming increase in ...

With 32 attacks off Nigeria's coast so far this year, fears are growing about the impact of pirates.

Pistorius family condemns claims

South African athlete Oscar Pistorius appears in Pretoria Magistrates Court for an indictment hearing.

Claims in a new book that Oscar Pistorius beat his girlfriend with a cricket bat labeled "outrageous".

south pacific

Vanuatu hit by large quake

The quake, with a preliminary magnitude of 7.3, was 10km deep. It was later revised to magnitude 7.

A magnitude 7 quake has hit near Vanuatu, but the tsunami threat appears to have passed.

Cyclone Amos weakening

Heavy rains caused damage to roads in some parts of Samoa.

Samoa's Disaster Management office says the worst of Cyclone Amos has now passed.

Cyclone to hit Samoa on Sunday

Cyclone Amos is approaching Samoa and American Samoa.

A tropical cyclone heading for Samoa is expected to intensify overnight.

Cops investigate Cooks death

Jacob Berry died after a fall from a motorbike in the Cook Islands.

Australian man falls sick in Pacific prison and dies after being taken to New Zealand.

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