Second US patient has caught China virus
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have confirmed a second US case of the new coronavirus from China in a Chicago woman.
The European Union, China, Australia and 14 other have agreed to preserve the WTO’s two-step dispute system temporarily.
Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko says his people would “eat me alive within a year” if he merged his country with Russia.
Prince Charles has offered words of support for Palestinian “freedom, justice and equality” on his first visit to the Occupied Territories.
Two people have died after massive explosion, believed to be caused by a propylene gas explosion, destroyed a building in Houston, Texas.
British police will roll out live facial recognition camera in London prompted privacy concerns and opponents questioning the accuracy of the technology.
The number of people dead from a storm that hit eastern Spain has risen to 12, and the toll may rise because there are still many missing.
Protesters have taken to the streets in France to voice their opposition against a bill reforming the national retirement system.
The wife of a US diplomat won’t be extradited to the UK to face any potential charges after being involved in a crash that killed a British teenager last year.
A US zoo is using the birthday of its beloved hippo that was born premature as a way to raise money for Australian wildlife affected by the bushfires.
Kiwi leader Jacinda Ardern has admitted her government has more to do in improving Maori livelihoods.
A thousand-bed hospital is being built in the Chinese city of Wuhan to deal with the coronavirus crisis and authorities say it should be completed by Monday.
Toddler Neve Te Aroha Ardern Gayford has delighted the crowd by making a rare public appearance at an event where her mother was speaking in New Zealand.
Australia’s devastating bushfires will contribute around 1-2 per cent of the overall rise in concentrations of the world’s greenhouse gas in 2020.
A 33-year-old Shepparton man has been identified as the victim of Monday’s fatal collision in Arcadia.
A driver has died following a collision with a truck in Arcadia this morning.
The Hume Freeway is closed towards Melbourne, just outside of Wangaratta, due to a truck rollover. Emergency services are on site. Motorists are advised to detour at the Great Alpine road exit to get back on to the Hume Freeway. Northbound lanes...