The Shujaiya neighborhood in Palestine's Gaza City is still in ruins a year after it was decimated by Israel's Operation Protective Edge.
Days after thanking the broadcaster in Parliament, the Prime Minister has accused the ABC of betraying the nation.
The horrific murders are tragic, but they're not surprising. You could even say they're just the latest in South Carolina's long history of violence and hate.
Ben Anderson went to Afghanistan's most violent province, Helmand, to see how things are going since the withdrawal of American and British infantry troops 18 months ago.
The Met won't confirm or deny whether they're behind the fake phone masts grabbing information from Londoners' phones, meaning we have no idea whether the tech is being used responsibly.
Even after talking about a guy who died in a suicide attack, you expect the next thing out of the host's mouth to be an appeal for you to subscribe and get a free tote bag.
The list includes A Brief Illustrated Guide to Understanding Islam, a couple of video game guides, and the Adobe Acrobat manual.
City officials who showed up to take questions were the recipients of an outpouring of rage and sadness.
Reporters don't seem to be sure whether or not the convicted 21-year-old shed a single tear, but his life could depend on it.
The military exercise also included threats such as a band of hooligans armed with sticks and drunk wedding guests engaging in local folk dance.
The leadership of the far-right political party is accused of forming a criminal organization.
So far this year, over 1700 migrants have died in the process of crossing the Mediterranean into Europe. That number is likely to spike as traffic increases in the summer months.
An in-depth look at the situation playing out in the Mediterranean.
Port Richey is a town of about 2.1 square miles and 2,600 residents. Those residents pay for police officers that are hardly around, because they're constantly dealing with the criminal activity at Walmart.
Homelessness has risen by 55 percent in the UK since David Cameron became prime minister. We asked a number of homeless young Brits for their thoughts on how the country's being run.
A federal judge ruled to keep marijuana's position on the list of Schedule 1 drugs, alongside heroin, meth, and other drugs that are known for abuse-potential and lack medical merit.
Undoubtedly, the accusations aimed at Britain's anti-immigration icon will be difficult for them to take.
This weekend, the welfare minister said he would make £12 billion of cuts but wouldn't say how. It's not hard to work out that the axe will fall on young people.
Initial reports suggest at least a dozen people are injured, three of them critically.
Plane crashes are terrifying. As humans, they play to some sort of visceral fear inside of us—we aren't supposed to fly, so the thought of something going wrong up there is particularly unsettling.
The UK election is getting a little heated.
This morning a court ruling prolonged the ban on India's Daughter, a BBC documentary about rape in India. But the longer it lasts, the more people will talk about it.
They want it to house five million people, have a green space twice the size of Central Park, an amusement park four times the size of Disneyland, and an airport as big as Heathrow. Oh, and they'd like it to be finished in seven years, please.
How did it take so long for this to exist?