Britain has introduced tough new rules which mean cigarettes and tobacco products must be sold in plain green packets and feature prominent, graphic health warnings.
Daniel Hurst Megumi Yokota was just 13 when she was captured by North Korean agents on her way home from school in Japan's Niigata prefecture.
Farid Farid Their pleas for safety recorded on a mobile phone, two teenage sisters are the latest faces of the protest against the conservative kingdom's male guardianship laws.
Josephine Tovey Six months after Americas first female presidential candidate was defeated, there's growing enthusiasm from women to enter politics.
Paul McGeough Donald Trump is off to Saudi Arabia, Israel and various points in Europe on his first foreign trip as President. In his wake Washington is reeling.
Peter Hannam Climate scientists warn Sydney will have tropical waters by 2040-60.
Nick Miller Julian Assange has hidden for long enough now that Sweden has, rather grumpily, given up. But there are others still in the game.
Nick Miller Sweden has dropped its investigation into a rape allegation against Julian Assange.
Jewel Topsfield and Michael Lallo She's wanted daily life responsibilities with 'normal life problems', but a quiet life back home won't be as easy as it sounds.
Kirsty Needham The Aussie brands conquering the wallets of Chinese millennials.