Western Australian police are rolling out what they’re calling the “toughest” anti-criminal laws in the country, raising concerns about human rights.
One woman claimed she was ushered into the room with her alleged abuser, and given antiseptic lollies to avoid mouth infections.
The castaways survived on a diet of floating coconuts and rainwater.
Experts are worried about who might be buying them.
People are worried Afghanistan could have its power supply cut off, triggering a mass blackout and plunging the country into "the Dark Ages."
The 180 million-year-old Daintree, which has come under pressure from climate change, mining and logging, will now be managed by its traditional owners.
Afghans may soon be allowed to film gruesome public punishments as a way of deterring would-be criminals.
Police pulled over a "suspicious-looking" car, only to find that it was carrying several buckets of chicken, empty ounce bags, and $70,000 cash.
The nuclear-powered submarines are seen as a counterweight to China’s military ambitions.
The global labour shortage is forcing companies like Amazon to stop punishing employees for recreational drug use.
Ambergris’ value on the perfume market has given rise to a shady subculture of fraudsters, dealers and thugs – some of whom are willing to spill blood to protect their patch.
A petition to restore traditional place names across the nation received more than 25,000 signatures in 24 hours.