Explorers say they found the wreckage of the USS Samuel B Roberts in the Philippines, which is the deepest wreck ever to be discovered.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese is concerned about the relationship between China and Russia, saying the NATO summit in Spain comes at ‘a critical time for the world’.
Forty-six people were found dead and 16 others were taken to hospitals after a tractor-trailer rig containing suspected migrants was found Monday on a remote back road in south-west San Antonio, officials said.
The family of the woman who was shot and killed by the police officer have been left “disappointed” by the move.
For the second consecutive day, Blockade Australia activists have disrupted Sydney roads, with a heavy police presence resulting in several arrests.
Anger over abortion rights being stripped away by the United States Supreme Court has reached WA, with hundreds protesting outside the American Consulate General in Perth.
Russia may see its first major default on international bonds since the Bolshevik revolution as it struggles keep up payments on its outstanding bonds.
Mark McGowan was quick to get out and see the sights of Rome, being spotted at the ancient Colosseum, after landing in the Italian capital on an historic nonstop flight from Perth.
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Blockade Australia protesters have been arrested in Sydney after marching through Sydney's CBD, as the climate activist group threatens a week of action.
Part of a stand has collapsed at a bullring in Colombia, leaving at least four people dead and about 70 injured.
Denmark's second in line to the throne - and Australian-born Princess Mary's eldest son - Prince Christian has been withdrawn from a controversial elite school.
The first of three NASA rockets has launched successfully from Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory - the first commercial space launch in Australia's history.
Katelyn Catanzariti and Marty Silk
Qantas’ inaugural non-stop 787 flight from Perth to Rome has set a new speed record with the first flight touching down in just 15 hours and 34 minutes.
A NASA rocket will launch from the NT on Sunday night, the agency's first in Australia in 27 years and the first from a commercial spaceport outside the US.
A remote part of Australia will be lit up tonight in a historical event as NASA launches a rocket from the red dirt.
The World Health Organisation is ‘deeply concerned’ about the monkeypox outbreak but has stopped short of declaring it a global health emergency.
Protesters from both sides of the debate gathered in front of the US Supreme Court to voice their opinion on the overturning of Roe v Wade on Saturday, which ends the constitutional right to abortion.
Kanishka Singh, Trevor Hunnicutt and Gabriella Borter
A decision by the US Supreme Court to scrap the constitutional right to abortion has been criticised by New Zealand's PM as a ‘loss for women everywhere’.
Material from 1969's Apollo 11 moon mission, including insects and space dust, has been pulled from a US auction, with NASA demanding its immediate return.
The US Supreme Court’s contentious decision to end 50 years of constitutional protection for abortion is a massive blow for women’s rights. Here are the key developments as States rush to curtail abortion.
A suspect has been arrested following a shooting incident in a nightclub in Norway's capital Oslo that left at least two people dead and 14 wounded.
Ecuador's president says he will use all legal tools at his disposal to contain violent demonstrations, accusing an indigenous leader of attempting a coup.
There were wild scenes at Mississippi's last abortion clinic as flustered patients sped out of its car park, sometimes nearly hitting the protesters who shouted ‘love your little baby’ and pressed religious literature up to their car windows.
The US gun-lobby has described as ‘senseless’ new firearms legislation passed by the House of Representatives in the wake of mass shootings in Texas and NY.
Katharine Jackson and Richard Cowan
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