Youth detention centers in the Northern Territory, where the vast majority of juvenile detainees are Aboriginal, have been plagued by scandal for years.
The attack at a facility for the handicapped, by a former employee, is the worst mass killing in Japan in generations.
Germany already has some of the strictest gun laws in the world. Are even tighter controls the answer in the wake of the recent shooting in Munich?
SquashBusters takes a sport oft-regarded as elitist, introduces it to city kids, and uses it to boost their academic prospects, build character, and give them a sense of belonging.
Chinese Gen. Guo Boxiong was stripped of his rank and forced to surrender assets to the government after receiving a life sentence for taking bribes.
The US is short hundreds of thousands of information security professionals. But that gap is driving investments in artificial intelligence that may make armies of cybersecurity workers unnecessary.
China says that South Korea's decision to deploy the US antimissile defense system to counter threats from North Korea harms the foundation of trust between China and South Korea.
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations watered down their criticism of China's territorial claims in the South China Sea, after Cambodia opposed the communiqué's wording.
Tens of thousands of supporters of Turkey's opposition parties gathered in Istanbul's Taksim Square to denounce the July 15 coup attempt.
British Prime Minister Theresa May visited Belfast on Monday to address concerns about Britain's vote to exit the European Union, a decision that the majority of those in Northern Ireland opposed.
Iran destroyed 100,000 privately owned satellite dishes, which the government says 'deviate morality and culture' by delivering broadcast programming from other countries.
Rather than instituting a blanket ban of Russia, the International Olympic Committee will allow Russian athletes to compete in the Rio Olympic Games on a case-by-case basis.