A 14-year-old student was allegedly dragged into a forest and brutally gang raped and murdered by 14 males. It's one of a number of cases in Indonesia this year.
Jewel Topsfield and Amilia Rosa An Australian man accused the media of lying after he was jailed for 16 months over an assault at Bali's most notorious nightclub.
Philip Wen The national peak body representing the legal profession in Australia has urged the federal government not to ratify an extradition treaty with China.
Paul McGeough Did you hear the one about the President taking the mickey out of Donald Trump?
Jewel Topsfield and Amilia Rosa It was a confronting image: nine middle-aged women with their feet planted in blocks of concrete staging a 36-hour protest outside the presidential palace in Jakarta.
Lindsay Murdoch The crime-fighting frontrunner for the Philippine presidency has dismissed allegations that he had $5.5 million in an undeclared bank account as "dirty tricks".
Josephine Tovey When North Carolina passed a now-notorious law forcing transgender people to use the bathroom on their birth certificate, it left Charlie Comero and many others in an impossible position.
Jewel Topsfield and Amilia Rosa An Australian teenager has died in Bali after crashing a scooter inside the basement of a hotel, local police say.
Lia Timson Come the 2016 Rio Olympics, Brazil may not have a sitting president. What does that mean for the games?
Peter Hannam In a year of startling data pointing to a warming world, a thin blue line in one closely watched chart was initially dismissed as just too abnormal to be accurate.
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