Australia plans to purchase eight armed drones from the US, according to reports, but the history of the technology could create fear that cross border-raids will begin in Southeast Asia.
The human error in an email autofill field sent out passport and visa details of some of the world's most powerful people to the organizers of the Asian Cup soccer tournament.
Over 150 aboriginal communities are set to be cut off from government services this year, forcing residents to leave their homes. While officials decide which will close, people on the ground remain in the dark.
Mark Lippert was attacked at a morning function in Seoul, drawing attention to the deep anger among a small number of Koreans about the annual US-South Korean military exercises.
The enormous military exercises that represent a continuing point of tension on the Korean peninsula have just started, and will run until April 24.
The Australian Federal Police are investigating whether the government tried to corruptly entice Gillian Triggs into leaving her post as Human Rights Commission president.
A number of foreign fighters are fighting with the Kurdish People’s Protection Units against the Islamic State in Syria, and on Tuesday the first of them reportedly died in combat.
Indonesia intends to execute low-level mules and dealers in droves, but many say it is failing to address the issues at the heart of the country's drug problems.
Antonio Ledezma, a vocal government critic reviled by the Venezuelan left, was marched out of his offices by security forces in a detention that threatens to further stir unrest in the deeply polarized country.
The body of an abducted 1-year-old was found on Tuesday, showing that despite recent legal efforts Tanzania has a long way to go in protecting children with albinism.
After 21 Christian Egyptians were apparently beheaded in a video released by the Islamic State on Sunday, Egypt today struck back with airstrikes on the group in Libya.
An annual report into indigenous health shows Australia is missing all its targets on Aboriginal life expectancy, and funding cuts may only make the situation worse.