A former University of Southern California football player accused of being a link in an Australian drug-trafficking and money-laundering operation has been ordered to remain behind bars without bail.
Peter Hannam Burning all available fossil fuels would "eliminate" the giant ice sheets of Antarctica and lift sea levels by 58 metres, enough to inundate major coastal cities, according to US and Europe-based researchers.
Kelsey Munro South Korean President Park Geun-hye was the only Western-ally to attend China's massive World War II parade. The rationale behind the warming ties has many in Asia scratching their heads.
Michael Koziol "It's the most creative place on Earth," says Bondi's Shay Koren of Nevada's Burning Man festival. "It's about people being their most beautiful and using the desert as a canvas for their mind to create and then to participate."
John Garnaut China's President has used a massive military parade to manipulate people into feeling united – all in pursuit of political objectives.
Nick Miller In a small hall in Islington on Thursday night, a scruffy, bearded, bicycle-riding, vest-wearing, anti-austerity maverick made his final speech as Labour's unlikely, likely next leader.
Up to 15 teenage schoolgirls have been filmed during in a vicious brawl at a South Auckland car park that New Zealand police say was organised over Facebook.
Jewel Topsfield Bones unearthed in West Timor two years ago have been laid to rest at the exquisitely manicured Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery in Ambon.
Justin Huggler Police suspect foul play after 29 delegates at an alternative medicine seminar in Germany started staggering suffering from violent convulsions, delusions and hallucinations