On a harsh, rocky slice of the windswept south Hebron Hills, 340 Palestinians and hundreds of international and Israeli supporters are fighting to stop a demolition.
Kate Aubusson Talk about a bumpy landing. A KLM pilot battles buffeting winds and stormy conditions to land a Boeing 777 at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Kate Aubusson Three Australian guards on Manus Island found naked with a woman who claims she was drugged and raped were sent home before local authorities could investigate, the ABC reports.
Justin Wm. Moyer In the years since women first said Bill Cosby drugged and sexually assaulted them, it's been difficult to keep track of the comedian's alleged victims. Until now.
Nick O'Malley US billionaires respond enthusiastically to presidential race with no effective limits on donations.
Nick Miller British Labour MP Tom Watson stood up in the House of Commons in 2012 and lobbed a grenade – metaphorically speaking. The impact of the explosion is about to hit.
Ruth Pollard For the first time, Turkish jets have attacked IS positions in Syrian territory, while its attacks on the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party in the north of Iraq are the first in four years.
[WARNING: GRAPHIC] Comedian Ricky Gervais has denounced online the slaughter of pilot whales on the Faroe Islands near Norway.
Nick Miller Icelanders appear to be coming round to the view that upholding their nation's reputation is more lucrative than sales of whale meat.
Peter Munro The last time it snowed in Tonga was never. But that's not stopped plans to compete in every event in the winter games.