Andy Murray arrives in Brisbane for Australian Open warm-up
30 December 2017 | 1:00 pm
Britain's Andy Murray lands in Australia ahead of the Brisbane International tournament.
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The status of Jerusalem should be resolved "as part of any peace negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian people," Australia's foreign minister has said.
The British pound rebounded and the UK government's borrowing costs dropped after Chancellor Jeremy Hunt shredded the controversial "mini-budget." But some economists think the country is not out of the woods yet.
The new deal allows the two countries' armies to train together, along with the sharing of more sensitive intelligence. China's increasing influence in the region has spurred the need for greater cooperation.
Outgoing British Prime Minister Liz Truss said it had been a huge honour to serve as prime minister and that the country faced "brighter days", as she made her final speech as leader outside her Downing Street office on Tuesday.
We bring you reactions from the British and international papers after Rishi Sunak's historic rise to the post of prime minister. Also, we look at a new documentary tracing the harrowing story of a woman who testified posthumously against her attacker after being doused in petrol and set alight.
Rishi Sunak said on Tuesday he was not daunted by the scale of the challenge as he became Britain's third prime minister in two months, pledging to restore trust, rebuild confidence and lead the country through an economic crisis.
Canberra will oppose plans to add the Great Barrier Reef to the endangered UNESCO World Heritage site list. The Great Barrier Reef has been considered a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1981.
Former teacher Christopher Dawson was sentenced to 24 years in Australia for killing his wife Lynette Dawson in 1982 so that he could pursue an affair with his teenage student.
The unidentified 58-year-old was one of three men detained on suspicion of money laundering as the UK attempts to disrupt possible criminal actions of oligarchs linked to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The shootout took place when a group of four police officers arrived at a remote property in the small town of Wieambilla in the Queensland state. The siege ended with the death of the suspects.
We bring you reactions from the papers in Brazil as fans wait for hours to view Pelé's coffin on the football field of his cherished Santos FC club before a private burial. The British papers issue a plea to the government to help pull the beleaguered public health system back from the brink of collapse.
The leader of the Australian state of Victoria has ruled out a taxpayer-funded memorial for Cardinal George Pell. Victoria's state premier Daniel Andrews said it would be "deeply distressing" for sexual abuse survivors.
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