Aussie PM Scott Morrison has joked a football team could use him as a "bulldozer" for their new grandstand after knocking over a child during a mock match.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says he's in "intense contact" with Russia, Ukraine, Turkey, the US and the EU in an effort to restore Ukrainian grain export as a global food crisis worsens.
The Queen has made a surprise appearance at a ceremony to mark the completion of a long-awaited London train line named in her honour.
A British lawmaker from Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party has been arrested on suspicion of rape and other sexual offences committed over a seven-year period.
US President Joe Biden has condemned white supremacists, the media, the internet and politics for spreading racist conspiracy theories as he mourned the killing of 10 black people in New York.
More Australians are struggling to afford housing, food, and basic medical care, as new research shows most visitors to one charity are living below the poverty line.
Ukraine's military says it's working to evacuate all remaining troops from their last stronghold in the besieged port of Mariupol, ceding control of the city to Russia after months of bombardment.
The Queen has attended the finale of a four-day horse show that celebrated her 70 years on the throne and drew a star-studded cast including actors Tom Cruise and Dame Helen Mirren.
After some of the worst fires and floods ever to hit Australia, a new cohort of climate-conscious independents are threatening to shake up the federal election on Saturday.
Sweden and Finland's move to join NATO has hit a snag, after Turkey's president said he won't approve their bids.
A gunman opened fire in a Southern California church during a lunch banquet on Sunday, killing one person and wounding five, before churchgoers detained the suspect and hog-tied his legs with an...
The Acting Chief Censor has put a temporary ban on New Zealanders sharing the racist manifesto of a teenager arrested over a mass shooting in New York.
North Korea says 42 people have died as it began its fourth day under a nationwide lockdown aimed at stopping the impoverished country's first confirmed Covid-19 outbreak.
Ukraine's Kalush Orchestra have won the Eurovision Song Contest in Italy with their entry "Stefania", riding a wave of public support to claim an emotional victory.
Thousands of abortion rights supporters have rallied across the United States, angered by the prospect that the Supreme Court may soon overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade decision.
An 18-year-old gunman shot 10 people to death and wounded three others at an upstate New York grocery store, in what authorities said would be investigated as a hate crime.
From the riverside city of Launceston to red-dirt towns in the Pilbara, a rental crunch is hitting Australia.
Israeli police officers charged at Palestinian mourners carrying the coffin of Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh on Friday, before thousands led her casket through Jerusalem's Old City in an...