Indonesia is demanding an explanation after its military chief Gatot Nurmantyo was refused entry into the United States on Saturday.
William McInnes Wildlife photographer Brent Stirton has won the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year award.
The lawyer of Australian teacher Gabrielle Maina has urged authorities to keep investigating why the mother-of-two was shot dead in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi.
Rick Kuhn We can ward off far-right politics by resisting bigotry and protecting workers' living standards.
Jewel Topsfield Among a trove of chilling declassified documents that reveal the US government's knowledge and support of a campaign of mass murder against Indonesia's Communist Party in the mid-1960s, one "important cable" cites as its source a "reliable Australian journalist".
Jewel Topsfield Suspicion that gay rights is a "Western agenda" aimed at destroying Indonesian culture has helped fuel an unprecedented crackdown on the nation's LGBT community.
Lucy Cormack Accused drug smuggler Cassandra Sainsbury faces six years in a Colombian prison, after reportedly striking a plea bargain with prosecutors.
Colin Cosier An Australian teacher has been shot and killed in a daylight street robbery while walking home in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi.
Lindsay Murdoch Bangkok: The Turnbull government has defended Australia's support for the Cambodian military, even as its soldiers train to use force against civilians amid a ruthless crackdown on democracy and political freedoms.
Nick Miller Europe's leaders are expected to deliver a polite but firm "must try harder" rebuff to Britain on Brexit.