Just hours after the US announced it would begin air strikes on militants in the north of Iraq, a propaganda video from the Islamic State emerged online with the warning: “We will drown you in blood.”
"When you see something violent, it does a strange thing to you." James Foley on his war correspondence.
Clive Palmer's live television tirade could prove the last straw for worsening Australia-China relations, a Chinese state-owned newspaper has claimed, in an editorial that also calls for the country to impose sanctions against the Palmer United Party leader's businesses, and bar him from entering the country.
The heartbroken mother of US journalist James Foley says she has never never been prouder of her "extraordinary son" who died trying to expose the world to the suffering of the Syrian people.
The Texas Governor Rick Perry turned himself in to the Travis County Jail at 5pm on Tuesday local time to have his fingerprints done and a mug shot taken, which may not be the image the presumed 2016 presidential candidate really wants out there at the moment.
Sir Michael Parkinson says his former employer's approach to covering the raid on the entertainer's home was an “error of judgement”.
Steve and James, the biological parents of a three-week-old boy, say 20 Australian couples they know who are holed up in Bangkok hotels are having issues with their babies because they are so distressed.
Former English cricketer has seen the funny side of a tweet gone viral, thanking the person who tweeted an explicit picture from his account.
A young Kempsey couple is among dozens of Australian families caught up in the controversy over Thailand’s commercial surrogacy laws.
Barack Obama took time out from his holiday to address the nation on two complex and violent crises – one in Iraq, one in Ferguson, in the suburbs of St Louis, Missouri, a town has looked much like an occupied territory since a white cop shot a young black man dead at lunchtime last Saturday.
Check out next week's Gazette for more coverage