Baltimore (AFP) - Authorities ordered thousands of police and National Guard troopers to back up beleaguered officers in the US city of Baltimore after riots triggered by anger over alleged police brutality.
Washington (AFP) - Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited Washington's Holocaust Memorial to hail a rare hero of Japan's brutal World War II past.
Wailing as the families of Chan and Sukumaran arrive to say their final goodbyes.
The day the Chan and Sukumaran families have been dreading for 10 years is finally here.
Children born to parents with diabetes have a far higher risk of developing type 1 diabetes, research shows.
Khartoum (AFP) - Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir was re-elected with more than 94 percent of the vote, results showed on Monday, despite international war crimes charges and a poll marred by low turnout and an opposition boycott.
A US judge has agreed to give prosecutors and lawyers of Australia's Dr Adam Cobb time to work on a potential plea deal to a child pornography charge.
US exports to Cuba hit their lowest in a decade in 2014; to improve the situation, Congress must remove credit restrictions, US agricultural producers say.
Melbourne's Knox basketball organisation will receive restitution from a former NBA employee under a plea deal reached in a US court.
People in Kathmandu have spent a third night in the open as the toll from the devastating earthquake passes 4000.
Sarajevo (AFP) - One policeman was killed and two others wounded Monday in the eastern Bosnian town of Zvornik when a man opened fire on a police station shouting "Allahu Akbar", officials said.