"The odds are not good" - Michael Riley Jr is fighting for his life against a brain-eating ameoba which swam up his nose during a lake swim with his team mates.
Emily Rauhala Chinese authorities recently placed rabbits, chickens and pigeons at the site of the massive, chemical-fueled explosions that rocked Tianjin, according to state media reports.
Lindsay Murdoch The legacy of Singapore's first prime minister Lee Kuan Yew will be tested when Singaporeans go the polls on September 11.
'You're the love of my life, my boyfriend. You are my heart. I'd never leave you.' But her text messages were far from supportive.
Philip Wen When Chinese shares first started their free-fall in mid-June, vapourising $US3.5 trillion in the space of a month, the hope was that the impact on global markets could be limited. Now, there are global concerns that the once high-flying Chinese economy instead poses a threat.
Hundreds of redheads have gathered in Ireland to celebrate their flamed locks and everything to do with them.
Chris Zappone For Australia, it's the unthinkable that must be thought about: a future when China and the US go to war, Indonesia becomes a failed state, and the sea lanes are cut off by Beijing's powerful navy.
Tom Allard Anger as Indonesian judicial investigation into claims judges wanted more than $130,000 to spare Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran the death penalty ends
Lindsay Murdoch Thai authorities have gathered evidence linking Monday's shrine bombing to a second blast in Bangkok.
Philip Wen An explosion has hit a chemical factory in China's eastern province of Shandong, just over a week after massive blasts at a chemicals warehouse in Tianjin claimed at least 121 lives.