Clash between protestors and police in Linshui in western Sichuan resulted in hundreds of injuries.
Ruth Pollard Egypt has executed six men convicted of carrying out an attack on a checkpoint in the Sinai that killed several soldiers despite evidence at least three of accused were already in detention at the time of the assault.
Hillary and Bill Clinton have earned at least $US30 million since January 2014, including more than $US25 million for delivering about 100 speeches, according to a government filing.
Jewel Topsfield and Amilia Rosa A suspicious looking package detonated outside the home of the Australian Consul-General in Bali on Saturday turned out to be a false alarm.
Nick O'Malley Senate foreign relations committee assesses effectiveness of US moves to counter Chinese influence in Asia-Pacific region.
Julie Power Anyone can submit a design to New Zealand's quest for a new flag, and a prominent feature is the kiwi: there are black kiwis, kiwis with the Southern Cross flag on them, kiwis with long beaks, kiwis on diets, upside-down kiwis, and rainbow kiwis.
Philip Wen Investigation that cleared policeman who shot and killed unarmed man fails to convince critics of arbitrary police actions.
Lindsay Murdoch Rohingya Muslims have been denied citizenship and other basic rights despite living in Myanmar for generations.
William Hartung The summit between President Barack Obama and representatives from the Persian Gulf countries that kicked off on Thursday at Camp David is meant to reassure Washington's Arab allies.
Nick Miller Spending 37 days in prison for phone hacking has not dimmed journalist Neville Thurlbeck's enthusiasm for what he looks back on as the heyday of the newspaper industry.
LIVERPOOL Hospital's 2015 Midwife of the Year winner said she felt privileged to receive the accolade recently.