The actor's Yorkshire Terriers Pistol and Boo pose a biosecurity risk to Australia after being "snuck in" on a private jet, says the government. They have 50 hours to get out or face the chop.
Indonesia announced on Sunday that foreign journalists will be allowed to travel unhindered to West Papau, a region where a 50-year separatist movement has challenged Indonesian territorial claims.
The "Muhammad Art Exhibit and Cartoon Contest" was attacked by two men on Sunday, who were then shot dead by police. Searches have also been carried out for a suspected explosive device.
Indonesia reportedly executed eight convicted drug smugglers by firing squad, unexpectedly granting a last-minute reprieve to a domestic worker from the Philippines.
Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran may have as little as a day to live, as Indonesian authorities make final preparation for their executions on the jungle prison island of Nusa Kambangan.
Australia's foreign minister came to an informal agreement with Iran that will focus largely on information about Australian citizens traveling to Iraq and Syria to join the Islamic State.
With 150 communities facing the prospect of losing power, water and essential services, a group of indigenous leaders are hoping the international community can come to their aid.
The drone's appearance coincides with an increasingly heated debate over restarting the country's nuclear power plants, which were shut after to Fukushima disaster.
Sharky Jama showed no signs of his radicalization before fleeing his home town of Melbourne for the battlefields of Syria and Iraq.
Australia has been the scene of the worst extinction of mammals for the last two hundred years, now the Australian government has declared "war" on the cats doing much of the damage.
On the eve of a crucial summit that hopes to reconcile Libya's warring factions, the Islamic State's branch in the country says it has attacked the South Korean and Moroccan diplomatic missions in Tripoli.
'They Were Both Very Anti-Drugs': We Spoke to an Ex-Cell Mate of the 'Bali Nine' Smugglers on Death Row
Two Australian drug smugglers condemned to death in Indonesia lost what is said to be their final legal challenge on Monday. A former cell mate told VICE News what he thinks this says about justice in the country.