Myanmar has refused to accept responsibility for South-East Asia's migrant crisis as the country faces a barrage of criticism for its decades-long persecution of Rohingya Muslims.
Nick Miller With buckets of champagne on ice, much cheery flag-waving, a well-catered dinner, and a floorshow featuring lederhosen, yodelling and the heavy stench of corruption, FIFA's scandal-riven Congress began.
Nick Miller Nick Miller was lowered through the dome of a subterranean cathedral-like space. Above him, the volcanic crater was a small bright circle in a thin tube.
Peter Hannam A warming planet is already stoking the intensity of tropical cylones in the north-west Pacific and their ferocity will continue to increase even with moderate climate change over this century, an international research team has found.
Siobhan O'Grady South African President Jacob Zuma didn't just use $21 million of taxpayer money to improve his private property. He used it to protect himself, an investigation found.
Jewel Topsfield On Wednesday, an Indonesian court will decide if Noor Ellis is guilty of masterminding the gruesome death of her husband of 25 years. For her sons, the decision is made.
Lindsay Murdoch Mahathir Mohamad has joined international figures criticising Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi for failing to speak out against the persecution of Rohingyas.
Josephine Tovey Thousands of New Yorkers and tourists are expected to gather in the city's vast streets on Friday night to witness the stunning interplay of the sun and the city's itself, a phenomenon dubbed "Manhattanhenge".
Philip Wen After facial recognition software located him in Shanghai, the first Australian national to be arrested under Operation Fox Hunt says he's 'forgotten everything before 2006'.
China is building artificial islands and manoeuvring assets in the South China Sea despite many countries claiming parts of the territory. But why and how is it doing so? Here are the answers.
Every sinew in Cooper Cronk's body came together in one perfect whole once again.