The infamous Jakarta rat now has a hefty price on its head, as the city outsources its vermin eradication program to the populace.
Helen Womack Janos Boris was 12 when he witnessed the 12 days of Hungarian revolt and Hungarian Communist-Soviet reprisals that were both exciting and frightening for a boy his age.
Lindsay Murdoch The president of the Philippines dismisses the South China Sea ruling in his country's favour, in a move sure to delight his hosts in Beijing.
Lia Timson The third and final US Presidential debate is underway.
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Nick Miller The British government is planning an ad blitz for beer and cider to whet our appetites.
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Georgina Mitchell Four police officers have been injured, some seriously, after they were shot in a raid on a home in southern Germany.
Lindsay Murdoch Anti-American protests turned violent in Manila on Wednesday as a Philippine police van rammed into protesters, injuring about 10.
Philip Wen Communications documenting the movement of millions of dollars offshore by Chinese high rollers are now in the hands of mainland authorities following the police seizure of computers, laptops and mobile phones belonging to Crown Resorts' 18 detained employees.