The Taliban reportedly agreed to a short cease-fire with U.S. forces but said it'd only reduce attacks against the Afghan government.
Ukraine's prime minister offered to resign after he was allegedly heard criticizing President Zelenskyy, but Zelenskyy refused the suggestion.
Syria's last rebel-held region has been bombarded by the advancing Syrian Army this past month, leaving millions trapped and 400,000 displaced.
Ryan Tate's conservation detection dog Taylor is trained to find injured koalas.
The speech comes a little over a week after the country launched missile strikes on two air bases housing U.S. and coalition troops in Iraq.
A Guardian Australia analysis revealed that at least 80 percent of the Blue Mountains and 53 percent of the Gondwana rainforest have burned.
Meghan and Prince Harry sued the Mail on Sunday last year after the newspaper published a private letter she'd written to her dad.
Japan's environment minister says he's going on paternity leave in rare move.
The Australian Tourism Industry Council said it wants to get the message out that the tourism industry is "open for business."
The airstrikes hit a market and an industrial zone in Idlib, trapping dozens underneath rubble.
Twenty more American firefighters arrived in Bega on Monday, where they are preparing to deploy to support the Australians.
Russia's government, including its prime minister, resigned after Vladimir Putin announced changes aimed to help him maintain long-term influence.
Australia's capital is among the most polluted major cities in the world, with pollution levels 25 times higher than the "hazardous" threshold.
The Treasury Department sanctioned the seven Maduro supporters over an illegitimate power grab.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called for the judiciary to establish a special court to investigate the incident.