Formula 1 patriarch Bernie Ecclestone has shocked television viewers in the UK after he said he’d happily ‘take a bullet’ for Vladimir Putin and that he was a ‘first-class person’.
The truck driver linked to a human trafficking crime in Texas, in which 53 migrants died, may have had methamphetamine in his system.
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Prime Minister Anthony Albanese hopes to regain France's trust, after a rift over a cancelled submarine contract, when he meets with President Emmanuel Macron.
The Taliban says it will respect whatever those at a gathering of Afghan religious and ethnic leaders decide on girls' schooling. But no women were invited to the meeting.
In the wake of its controversial Roe v Wade decision, the US Supreme Court has now limited the Federal Government’s ability to cut carbon dioxide emissions from power plants.
Nick Kyrgios, who's into Wimbledon's last 32, has been fined for unsportsmanlike behaviour in his first-round match, when he spat towards a spectator.
Russia has pulled back its forces from Snake Island in the Black Sea in what it says is a ‘gesture of goodwill’ while Ukraine said it had forced them out.
Moscow is open to a dialogue on strategic stability and nuclear non-proliferation, Russian President Vladimir Putin says.
NZ Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has told the NATO ‘we must stand firm on the rules-based order’ in the face of the Ukraine war and a more assertive China.
President Vladimir Putin says Russia will respond in kind if NATO moves troops and infrastructure into Finland and Sweden after they become members.
Amid controversy over Prince Charles accepting charity money stuffed in a suitcase, a source says the senior royal won't handle large cash donations again.
The Prime Minister has urged NATO leaders to work with Australia to prevent a situation similar to that in Ukraine from unfolding within the region.
US media outlets say White House officials are prepared to challenge the testimony of Cassidy Hutchinson about Donald Trump on January 6.
R Kelly has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for using his R&B fame to subject young fans to systematic sexual abuse.
A French court has handed a life sentence to the lone survivor of the Islamist squad that killed 130 people in a night of carnage across Paris, bringing some closure to survivors and a country whose psyche was left scarred.
US and Mexican officials say the alleged driver of a truck carrying dozens of migrants who died in Texas initially tried to pass himself off as a victim.
The World Health Organisation says an outbreak of monkeypox infections in more than 50 countries remains a serious threat.
Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission's wastewater drug report shows demand for ice continued amid COVID-19 lockdowns.
A Chinese spacecraft that has circled Mars more than 1300 times has acquired imagery data covering all of the planet.
A rule brought in to prevent superspreader events during the Covid-19 pandemic has been made permanent across the world.
Her sex trafficking victims have hailed her prison term as a ‘big victory’ after a judge said the British socialite had done ‘incalculable damage to young girls’.
Tennis legend Serena Williams has been knocked out in the opening round on her return to action at Wimbledon by France's Harmony Tan.
Another deadly missile strike on a civilian target a tragic reminder of the horrors of Russia’s unjustified invasion.
US authorities have charged two people following the death of more than 50 migrants in one of the deadliest human-trafficking tragedies in recent history.
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