Deep in the jungle of Brunei, two integrated platoons of soldiers from the Australian Army’s 3rd Brigade and the Royal Brunei Land Forces (RBLF) 3rd Battalion, executed a seamless objective assault on Exercise Mallee Bull.
At least three people are dead after a powerful earthquake hit a remote part of Papua New Guinea, authorities say.
Queen Elizabeth, Britain's longest-reigning monarch and the country's figurehead for seven decades, has died. She was 96.
Mikhail Gorbachev, who ended the Cold War without bloodshed but failed to prevent the collapse of the Soviet Union, has died at the age of 91, hospital officials in Moscow say.
Ukraine claims to have destroyed bridges and ammunition depots and pounded command posts in a surge of fighting in the Russian-occupied south.
The Solomon Islands has issued a moratorium on visiting United States navy vessels.
A white supremacist who has expressed support for the Christchurch Mosques shooting has nominated for a multicultural school board, challenging democratic values in New Zealand.
Early estimates put the damage from Pakistan's recent deadly floods at more than $US10 billion ($A14 billion), the nation's planning minister says.
Officials installed by Russia in Ukraine say a Ukrainian missile strike has punched a hole in the roof of a fuel depot at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, the RIA Novosti news agency reports.
At least 10 Iraqis have been killed after powerful Shi'ite Muslim cleric Moqtada al-Sadr said he would quit politics, prompting his loyalists to storm a palatial government complex in Baghdad and leading to clashes with rival Shi'ite groups.
Communities around Rio Tinto's shuttered copper mine in Bougainville face a serious threat of flooding due to unstable mine instrastructure, an interim report commissioned by the mining company says.
The US Justice Department has disclosed that it is investigating former president Donald Trump for removing White House records because it believed he illegally held documents including some involving intelligence-gathering and clandestine human sources, which are among America's most closely held secrets.
Fears about the potential for a radiation leak at Europe's largest nuclear power plant persist as both sides trade blame for nearby shelling.
An attempt to deport an Australian-born judge from the Pacific island nation of Kiribati has been quashed on appeal..
US President Joe Biden has used harsh words to describe Trump-allied Republicans as he held his first political rally in the run-up to November elections, accusing the group of embracing violence and hatred, and saying they edged toward "semi-fascism" at an earlier fund-raising stop.
The number of monkeypox cases reported globally declined by 21 per cent last week, after a month-long trend of rising infections, the World Health Organisation says.
Most of the planet's ocean and the bounty of life it supports lack basic protection but that could be about to change under a landmark conservation treaty being thrashed out in New York.
The last regular line supplying electricity to Ukraine's Russian-held Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant was restored hours after being cut, with President Volodymyr Zelenskiy saying the world narrowly avoided a radiation disaster.
Five people have been hospitalised after suffering burns in an explosion in downtown Auckland.
The prosecutor investigating whether Donald Trump and his allies illegally tried to influence the 2020 election in Georgia is seeking to compel testimony from more allies of the former US president, including former chief of staff Mark Meadows and lawyer Sidney Powell.
Japan's National Police Agency chief says he will resign to take responsibility for the murder of former prime minister Shinzo Abe, citing the need for a "fresh start" for the organisation.
The number of coronavirus deaths reported worldwide fell by 15 per cent in the past week while new infections dropped by nine per cent, the World Health Organisation says.
Fighting between forces from Ethiopia's rebellious northern region of Tigray and central government forces has erupted around the town of Kobo, residents and both sides say, ending a months-long ceasefire.
Ukraine's capital Kyiv has banned public celebrations commemorating independence from Soviet rule, citing a heightened threat of Russian attack in a war the United Nations says has killed nearly 5600 civilians, including many children.
Pakistan police have filed terrorism charges against former prime minister Imran Khan, escalating political tensions in the country as the ousted premier holds mass rallies seeking a return to office.
Volodymyr Zelenskiy has warned Ukrainians to be vigilant in the coming week as they prepare to celebrate their independence day, after fresh blasts hit Crimea and a missile wounded 12 civilians near a nuclear power plant.
Jacinda Ardern is refusing to blink in a steely stand-off with a mutineer Labour MP who accuses her of lying and covering up a culture of bullying in her government.
Ukrainian forces say they have beaten back a Russian attack in the southern region of Kherson, while shelling by Kremlin forces in Kharkiv in Ukraine's north killed seven people as the near six-month war grinds on with no let up in fighting.