It's an image that captures the moment desperation gives way to joy for a refugee family who found sanctuary after fleeing terror.
Lindsay Murdoch Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha has interesting advice for those trying to solve one of his country's worst attacks.
Philip Wen Water in Tianjin is safe to drink and toxic runoff after explosions did not spread beyond immediate area, officials say.
Bridie Smith Science Editor Intergovernmental effort not only resulted in intercepting poachers, but also raised awareness that is likely to endure.
Peter Hannam El Nino in the Pacific and warming resulting from rising greenhouse gases suggest global temperatures will reach new highs this year.
John Garnaut Australia needs to guard against growing economic and strategic risks emanating from policy instability in China, says Australia's top diplomat.
Philip Wen South Korea fired artillery rounds towards the source of an incoming North Korean projectile in a western area of the inter-Korea border on Thursday, Seoul's defence ministry said.
Lindsay Murdoch Thailand is now trying to allay foreign tourists' fears sparked by the labelling of the suspect who planted Monday's devastating bomb in Bangkok as a "foreigner".
Jewel Topsfield Justice Minister Michael Keenan has called for Islamic State propaganda to be torn down and replaced with an online "counter-narrative to the violent and barbaric ideology".
Philip Wen Extensive damage to homes and uncertainty regarding chemical pollution in the city has emotions running high.