Russian forces pursued their bombardment of frontline Ukrainian cities on Sunday, seeking to gain military momentum as Kyiv's diplomatic counter-offensive targeted the world's business and political elite gathering in Davos.
Incoming prime minister Anthony Albanese vowed to end Australia's reputation as a climate laggard and reset relations with the rest of the world Sunday, as he raced to form a government in time for a key Tokyo summit.
President Joe Biden arrived Sunday in Japan for the second leg of an Asia trip underlining US commitment to the region but overshadowed by concern that North Korea will test a nuclear weapon after ignoring Washington's attempt at outreach.
It’s been a weekend of upheaval in the nation’s capital and the makeovers extended onto the footy field on Sunday afternoon, when the Canberra Raiders officially completed their transformation from NRL battlers to challengers.
New trenches, concrete blocks, sandbags and numerous checkpoints appear to be everywhere around Kharkiv, which has pushed back one Russian assault on Ukraine's second city, and is preparing to defend against another.
Tiger Woods limped his way to the third-worst major round of his career and the worst in his return from severe leg injuries, firing a nine-over par 79 in Saturday's third round of the PGA Championship.
US President Joe Biden and South Korea's new President Yoon Suk-yeol signalled Saturday an expanded military presence in response to the "threat" from North Korea, while also offering to help the isolated regime face a Covid-19 outbreak.
Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky warned Saturday that only a diplomatic breakthrough rather than an outright military victory could end Russia's war on his country, as Moscow cut gas supplies to Finland.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday said Turkey would not look "positively" on Sweden and Finland's NATO bids unless its terror-related concerns were addressed, despite broad support from other allies including the United States.
Top US officials hosted emergency talks with allies in Germany on Tuesday on supplying Kyiv with more weapons to fend off Russia's assault, as the UN's chief headed to Moscow in a bid to avert further escalation of the conflict.
Markets were mixed Tuesday as investors scrabbled to recover from the previous day's rout but fears over the impact of China's Covid-induced lockdowns and the Federal Reserve's plan to hike interest rates quickly continued to drag on sentiment.
North Korea will rapidly accelerate development of its nuclear arsenal, leader Kim Jong Un said while overseeing a vast military parade showcasing his most powerful intercontinental ballistic missiles, state media reported Tuesday.
Police knew a former person of interest in the case of missing toddler William Tyrrell had been cleared of child abuse allegations before they wrongly charged him and launched a “hopeless” case that was doomed to fail, a court has heard.
Melbourne United star Matthew Dellavedova is a certain starter for game one of the NBL semi-final series against the Tasmania JackJumpers after having surgery to remove three teeth in time for the playoffs.
After almost a week of celebrations in the Hunter, the Ponga party was brought to a grinding halt by the Parramatta Eels, who handed the Newcastle Knights the biggest home loss of Adam O’Brien’s coaching tenure on Sunday.