Authorities have ended a 23-day siege of Thailand's largest temple, where worshippers and monks defied repeated attempts to arrest a prominent monk wanted on charges of money laundering.
Lindsay Murdoch Half a century after United States B-52 bombers dropped more than 500,000 tons of explosives on Cambodia's countryside Washington wants the country to repay a US$500 million war debt.
Kirsty Needham A confluence of events has stoked tensions on the Korean Peninsula, and analysts are worried about what happens next.
Nick Miller Plans for a free trade agreement between Australia and the European Union have hit another big delay, which trade minister Steven Ciobo has blamed on the EU.
Michael Bachelard It sounds like something out of a torture chamber: a set of metal teeth used to tear the flesh from the breasts or fleshy upper arms of a woman.
Paul McGeough Voters and fellow Republicans are giving Donald Trump a taste of his own medicine.
Lindsay Murdoch Soth Rey's face has a wide gaping hole, her nose and right cheek eaten away by necrosis, a rare form of rapid cell degeneration.
Jewel Topsfield and Amilia Rosa Former war correspondent David Fox expressed his relief and gratitude to a Balinese court for recognising the "circumstances of my peculiar case" after he was sentenced to just seven months' jail for possessing hashish.
Jewel Topsfield Minister says the TPP is a "work in progress" and concedes Australia and India are doing a "stocktake" on a trade deal due to have been wrapped up by the end of 2015.
Michael Bachelard and Kate Geraghty We can see the plumes of smoke from 30 kilometres away. This is the oil wealth of the Iraqi people going up in flames.