Beijing: Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's call for China to cut off its oil pipeline to North Korea has prompted a fierce rebuke from a high-circulating Chinese newspaper, which accused him of going beyond even Donald Trump.
Lindsay Murdoch The Philippines has accepted Australia's offer to provide "technical assistance", including sharing counter intelligence.
Lindsay Murdoch Fugitive former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra has broken two years of silence to compare Thailand's military government that seized power in a 2014 coup to tyrants.
Kirsty Needham China has ended the mystery and international guessing games and officially set the date for its most important political meeting, held only twice in a decade.
Kirsty Needham Beijing: Admiral Harry Harris has been described in China as the "most prejudiced" US military chief since World War II, following reports he could be appointed ambassador to Australia.
Lindsay Murdoch Marcos family members have enjoyed a remarkable political comeback in recent years.
Nick Miller Twenty years since Diana's death, many remain captivated by the story of a troubled princess who changed the way royalty, celebrity and humanitarianism work.
Lindsay Murdoch Bangkok: Philippine troops are planning a final assault to end the almost 100-day battle of Marawi, as Islamic State-allied fighters try to sneak into the besieged southern Philippine city.
Andrew Wight Accused drug courier Cassandra Sainsbury, who could face up to 30 years in prison on drugs charges, is optimistic, her lawyer said.
Kirsty Needham Ten days ago, amid a lull in rockets, it seemed the diplomats were making headway. So what happens now?