Joko Widodo has held a cabinet meeting on a warship in the Natuna Islands in a defiant gesture to China.
Philip Wen An Australian resident on China's most-wanted list of overseas fugitives has turned herself into Chinese authorities.
Nick Miller The UK could be hours away from voting to leave the European Union, a move that would send shock waves through the continent's politics and the global economy.
Jason Koutsoukis, Lebanon Brooklyn man Ali Chaouk was on Thursday charged with the murder of Mohammed Haddara. The Age is republishing this story, which was originally published on October 23, 2010, for context on the history of the Haddara and Chaouk families. We understand there has been no recent conflict between the families. The Age is in no way suggesting Ali Chaouk is guilty of the murder of Mohammed Haddara.
Megan Levy, Nicole Hasham Nigeria: Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has confirmed three Australian citizens and one resident are among a group of people kidnapped in a fatal ambush on their vehicle in south-east Nigeria.
Lia Timson I can never tell my dad in advance that I'm going back to Brazil for a visit. This is why.
Daniel Flitton Australia will formally back India to join the club of nuclear suppliers on Friday, finally laying to rest a bitter stoush over uranium exports.
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Lia Timson Rio de Janeiro Mayor Eduardo Pais has lamented the mugging of Australian Paralympian Liesl Tesch and team official Sarah Ross in the city, issuing an apology at a press conference, according to local media reports.
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The state government refuses to release detailed business cases for Australia's largest public transport projects.