Critics say an Erdogan victory would further erode democracy in the NATO member state and entrench one-man rule.
Cedella Roman went out for a jog - and ended up in detention in the US for two weeks.
Saudi Arabia has joined the rest of the world in allowing women to get behind the wheel, much to the joy of drivers such as Hessah Alajaji.
Police in India's Maharashtra state have arrested a housewife for allegedly poisoning food at a function that killed five people, including four children.
Philip Davies has lashed the government and big business for failing to tackle population planning.
Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten are both plagued by poor ratings when voters are asked if they trust them.
Perhaps voters decided that a $10 weekly reduction is a bit low-rent in a country where the average dwelling costs $687,000.
A new Fairfax-Ipsos poll asked Australians to rate their leaders. We now know who has the edge - but will it be enough to win him the election?
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A Melbourne aid worker is among four people who have been killed in a mini-bus crash in Cambodia.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern explained why she chose the name Neve Te Aroha Ardern Gayford.
Private documents also show Buru Energy wants to dilute contaminated water and feed it to beef cattle.
Sanders says she and her family members were kicked out by an owner who wanted her to leave because she works for President Donald Trump.
The narrative of a white persecution has gained traction in Australia. But on the ground, the situation is much more complex.
The mother of the girl in the viral photo left Honduras to find work in the US and has been deported once before.
Throughout American history, during times of war and unrest, authorities have cited various reasons and laws to take children away from their parents.
Bill Shorten's leadership rival is urging Labor to embrace the aspirations of workers outside the union movement.
China's rise in the Pacific threatens to erode Australian influence. But it is also a chance to be part of the biggest infrastructure project in the world.
So you are getting a tax cut. Time to book that cruise, hit up the high street or pay off the plastic?
Standing at centre stage, delivering a rollicking speech that harkened back to the glory days of his 2016 campaign,Donald Trump was simmering with frustration.
The crucial vote keeps the divided government's plans to end more than 40 years of British partnership with the European Union on track.
The government stared down attempts to amend the plan and will insist on an “all or nothing” vote on Thursday.
One Nation leader reluctant to block tax relief for families "doing it tough".
The report also found immigration and customs staff have abused their powers and many are so poorly trained they can't do their jobs.
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While the tensions are real and the skirmishes will not end, they're not enough to stop Malcolm Turnbull and Josh Frydenberg's plan.
Michelle Guthrie has dramatically hit back at the Liberal Party over its call to privatise the public broadcaster.