London awoke on Saturday to warnings that the attacker who planted a nail bomb on a rush-hour underground train was still at large, and may strike again.
Kirsty Needham A Chinese government ban on "irrational" overseas investment could hit Australia's tourism and hotel sector, Treasurer Scott Morrison said.
Joe Hinchliffe Australian expats in London have been left horrifed by the most recent terrorist attack to strike the city
Jenna Clarke and Nick Miller At least 29 people were injured after an improvised bomb exploded on the rush-hour train in West London.
North Korea has launched another missile, prompting Japan to warn its citizens to take shelter.
Lindsay Murdoch The systematic slaughter of civilians by security forces in Myanmar's Rakhine State is creating a humanitarian disaster not seen in Asia for decades.
Paul McGeough It's as bizarre as it is American - the immediate aftermath of a crisis is never the time to debate what might have caused it.
Nick Miller After days of debate, the "great repeal bill" that sets the stage for Brexit has won a major vote in the UK parliament.
Paul McGeough Washington: The UN Security Council has whacked crippling new sanctions on North Korea to force it to negotiate over its nuclear and weapons programs.
Lindsay Murdoch The attacks on Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar are a "textbook example of ethnic cleansing", the United Nations' top human rights official has said, as concerns grow that the conflict threatens regional security.
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