Twenty-eight Palestinian newborns are now getting care in Egypt after Gaza's besieged Al Shifa Hospital lost power.
The Canadian government is considering tax changes for short-term rentals to make services like Airbnb less lucrative in an effort to increase the supply of homes.
Israel, the United States and Hamas have reportedly reached a tentative agreement to free dozens of women and children held hostage in Gaza in exchange for a five-day pause in fighting.
The White House has accused Elon Musk of repeating a "hideous" antisemitic lie on his social media site X, calling it an "abhorrent promotion of antisemitic and racist hate".
Residents of an Iceland town have been forced to evacuate after quakes and volcanic activity which one expert has compared to the 2011 Christchurch earthquake.
Israel has issued a fresh warning to Palestinians in the southern city of Khan Younis to relocate in the latest indication it plans to attack Hamas in southern Gaza.
Bungling burglars who broke into the South Africa Rugby Union's offices stole Springbok jerseys but left the Rugby World Cup trophy behind.
A New Zealand charity that provides aid to war-torn nations has had two of its refugee employees killed in the Gaza Strip.
The little girl was weeping in pain and screaming "Mummy, Mummy" while the nurse stitched up her head wound without using any anaesthetic, because none was available at a Gaza City hospital.
Australia's Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has signed a bilateral agreement with Tuvalu, aimed at countering China's influence and protecting the tiny Pacific island nation from climate change.
Optus is still trying to resolve a nationwide outage that's left millions of Australian customers and businesses without mobile phone and internet services.
Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has stopped by Beijing's Temple of Heaven, following in the footsteps of the first Australian leader to visit China, retracing a walk made 50 years ago as ties were being established.
Israel has rebuffed growing international pressure for a ceasefire and continued bombardment of the Gaza Strip, as the top US diplomat scrambled to contain a crisis that's threatening neighbouring Lebanon.
Police arrested a man and rescued a child at the centre of a hostage standoff at Hamburg airport, ending a crisis that had forced authorities to close the busy air hub.
Five people, including two children, have died and there are multiple others injured after an SUV car crashed into a pub in regional Victoria.
"In the first week of the current war six members of my family were killed," Rula Talahma says, and pauses.
FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried has been found guilty of defrauding customers of his now-bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange in one of the biggest financial frauds on record.
Leading AI developers will work with governments to test new frontier models before they're released to help manage the risks of the rapidly developing technology.
Migrants from India, the Philippines and China are adding extra heft to the country's annual population growth, latest figures from Stats NZ show.