Iran’s Regime Violates Human Rights at Home and Plots Terrorism in Europe.. 150 MEPs call for Expelling Iran Intelligence Agents from EU

The signatories are from the six major political groups in the European Parliament and represent 27 EU Member States. They include 4 Vice-Presidents of the European Parliament and 14 Committee and Delegation Chairs

Missing man found unresponsive beside a bike track in Sydney's south

A man was airlifted to hospital after being found unresponsive beside a Southern Highlands' bike track on Sunday morning

US president refuses to hear Khashoggi death tape

U.S. President Donald Trump has no plans to listen to an audiotape of the Oct. 2 killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul

Severe thunderstorms bring damaging winds and large hail to south-east Queensland

A "very dangerous" thunderstorm packing giant hail and destructive winds tore through parts of south-east Queensland on Saturday evening, damaging homes and bringing down trees and powerlines

Iran Uprising - No. 224 The brave workers of the Haft Tappeh Sugar Cane Mill interrupted state Friday prayers in the city of Shush on the twelfth day of their strike

Frustrated workers of Haft Tappeh Sugar Cane Industrial Complex continued their strike for the twelfth day on Friday, November 16, with a rally in front of the governorate of Shush and demonstrations in the streets of the city

Absentee funeral prayer held in Istanbul for Khashoggi

A funeral prayer in absentia for slain Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was held in Istanbul's Fatih Mosque

'Good Samaritan' stabbed trying to save 7yo from sexual assault in Kogarah dance studio toilet

A man is under police guard in a Sydney hospital, after he allegedly sexually assaulted a seven-year-old girl and stabbed a man who tried to intervene.
Police said the seven-year-old was sexually assaulted at a dance studio in Kogarah

Man who stabbed father to death over excessive computer use jailed for six years

A Supreme Court judge has told a Sydney court a man who fatally stabbed his father after an argument over computer use is having a harder time in jail than other inmates due to his Asperger's syndrome

Iran: Mass Execution of 10 Prisoners in Gohardasht Prison

The insidious and broken regime of Velayat-e Faqih hanged 10 prisoners in Gohardasht Prison in Karaj, in a heinous crime on the morning of Wednesday, November 14

US sanctions 17 individuals tied to Khashoggi murder

The U.S. on Thursday sanctioned 17 people tied to the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, including the Saudi Consul General in Istanbul Mohammad al-Otaibi

Saudi Arabia charges 11 in relation to Khashoggi murder

Saudi Arabia’s chief prosecutor’s office on Thursday announced it had charged 11 out of 21 suspects in relation to the murder early last month of journalist Jamal Khashoggi

Crisis Group urges halt to forced Rohingya repatriation

The Brussels-based think tank International Crisis Group (ICG) urged Bangladesh to halt the plan to return Rohingya refugees to Myanmar

Muslims Australia – AFIC condemns in the strongest terms the actions of Israel in its continued killing of Palestinians

Muslims Australia – AFIC condemns in the strongest terms the actions of Israel in its continued killing of Palestinians after further reports of attacks in Gaza in recent days

Body of missing Hobart man Elson Kiddle found, no suspicious circumstances

Tasmania Police say they have located the body of 70-year-old Elson Robert Kiddle, who has been missing since last Friday

My Health Record: Greg Hunt bows to pressure and extends opt-out deadline as website hits issues

Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt has extended the deadline for opting out of the Government's contentious My Health Record system

Iran: Nationwide Teacher Strike Amid Deep Growing Economic Crisis

The economic crisis gripping the Iranian Regime is drawing increasingly a growing protest by people from all walks of life Today, following calls for a nationwide strike by the Coordinating Council of Teachers Union (CCTU)

Paul Keating says raising superannuation to 12 per cent will 'barely cut it'

Former prime minister Paul Keating has rejected a Grattan Institute report that suggested scrapping plans to raise compulsory super payments from 9.5 per cent to 12 per cent, and raising the retirement age to 70

UK presses Saudi Arabia for Khashoggi murderers

British foreign made clear to Saudi Arabian officials that those responsible for Jamal Khashoggi’s murder must be held accountable, Prime Minister Theresa May said

PLO chief urges international protection of Gaza

The head of the Palestine Liberation Organization urged the international community Tuesday to protect Gaza following Israeli airstrikes on the enclave

?Rohingya on the verge of another dangerous journey

Bhasan Char, a remote islet where Bangladeshi government is planning to resettle persecuted Rohingya community of Myanmar, is measured 15,000 acres at low tide and 10,000 acres at high tide, according to the government sources