Outgoing Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri has arrived in France, where he is due to meet President Emmanuel Macron.
The Australian Christian Lobby backs a proposal by the federal attorney-general to incorporate a civil rights covenant into the same-sex marriage legislation.
The Australian Medical Association says with a "worsening and more dangerous situation emerging on Manus Island" the federal government must act urgently.
Ibrahim family bodyguard Semi Ngata is in a stable condition after being discovered in a western Sydney home with a gunshot wound to his back.
Queensland Parliament's employment policies have come under question after a man with criminal record for child pornography was employed by a Labor minister.
John Alexander may be punished for doing the right thing by quitting over his citizenship status as ex-NSW premier Kristina Keneally polls well in Bennelong.
Thousands have marched in Zimbabwe's capital Harare to demand that President Robert Mugabe step down.
Canadian dairy giant Saputo says it will pay Murray Goulburn suppliers leading prices for their milk, and they have nothing to fear from the co-op's takeover.
Two people have died as supporters of opposition leader Raila Odinga clashed with police in Kenya.
Medical experts say worms found in the digestive tract of a soldier who defected from North Korea highlight the country's nutritional and hygiene problems.
Roy Moore's campaign has lashed out at the women accusing him of sexual misconduct, with supporters accusing them of "bearing false witness".
Known as "The Beast" or "Shorty," Toto Riina left a long trail of blood behind him, including the murders top Italian anti-Mafia magistrates.
A hired killer and his contractor have been sentenced for the execution-style murder of a man in a Wollongong nightclub a decade ago.
John Alexander may have acted too quickly by resigning and sparking a by-election over dual citizenship doubts, a constitutional law expert says.
Critics of Cambodia's government say the dissolution of the main opposition party is an attempt to steal the election and the death knell for democracy there.
Youths like Dylan Voller who featured in the footage that sparked the NT juvenile justice royal commission feel vindicated, their lawyer says.