London (AFP) - Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero will not face punishment from the Football Association following an altercation with a Wigan fan after the Premier League leaders' shock FA Cup defeat.
London (AFP) - Christopher Bailey's goodbye as the head of Burberry, Christopher Kane's prints of women having orgasms and flamboyant balloon headdresses were among the highlights of London Fashion Week, which wrapped up on Tuesday.
Wesfarmers' first-half profit has plummeted 86.6 per cent to $212 million, and would have fallen even without the $1.3 billion in impairments it made.
In the wake of the latest school shooting in the US, president Donald Trump is proposing regulations to "ban all devices" like gun bump stocks.
Brasília (AFP) - Brazil's center-right government has conceded defeat in its attempts to push through controversial cuts to the pension system, which had long been presented as a keystone of austerity reforms.
Washington (AFP) - The United States said Tuesday it was "deeply concerned" about the escalating Syrian and Russian attacks on the rebel-held enclave of Eastern Ghouta, which have left more than 250 civilians dead in two days.
Paris (AFP) - How quickly humanity draws down the greenhouse gases driving global warming will determine whether sea levels rise half-a-metre or six times that, even if Paris climate pact goals are fully met, researchers reported Tuesday in a study.
The suspicious deaths of five residents at a Townsville aged-care home are being investigated by police, the coroner and health regulators.
A lawyer for a prominent US law firm has pleaded guilty to lying to federal authorities about his interactions with a former Trump campaign associate.
Emergency services have been flat out with over a 1000 callouts across the country after former Cyclone Gita flooded homes and knocked down power lines.