The Surafend massacre shows that the core business of good history must always be the preservation of memoryOne winter’s morning a decade ago while in the late stages of archival research for a book about the Australian Light Horse in the Middle East duri...
The 89,000 French police deployed across cities over the weekend prove no match for the 125,000 protesters taking to the streets, determined to force President Emmanuel Macron to answer their demands and resign.
The United States strongly opposes discontinuing support to the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen's war and will remain engaged in efforts to combat Iranian influence and Islamist militancy in the Arab state, a State Department official said.
An Afghan boy who gained internet fame after being photographed in a shirt improvised from a plastic bag in the colours of his hero, Argentine football star Lionel Messi, is forced to flee his home after a Taliban attack.
He was an old man when his case finally went before a court, but Yaseman could still remember the beatings and cigarette burns inflicted by Dutch soldiers.
Students at a University of Alberta residence are expressing concerns with security following a number of incidents at the HUB. As Albert Delitala explains, they want to see something done about it.
Other recovered man in fair condition but five others missingFighter jet collided with refueling aircraftOne of two crew members recovered after two US warplanes collided and crashed off Japan’s coast is dead and five others remain missing, the US militar...
Democratic majority in the House expected to introduce legislation to impose background checks on all gun salesProminent Democrats plan on Thursday to begin ramping up calls for stronger gun control at the start of a new push to use their strengthened voi...
Dr Meimanat Hosseini-Chavoshi, an Australian-Iranian dual national, joins a growing number of academics the Islamic Republic claims are spies — a charge that can carry the death penalty.
The Defence Minister Christopher Pyne says the ABC has been misled.
Defence industry analyst Andrew Davies says a bit of transparency around the negotiations 'would be a fine thing'.
Ahmed Kilani is one of four chaplains in NSW prisons using Islam to pacify extremists. So does it work?