The United States - by Trump's estimation too poor to be the world's policeman - has rediscovered its idealism. Or has it?
Teodor Spasov John Zakhariev a dual Bulgarian-Australian citizen appeared in court in Sofia on Friday suspected of terrorism.
Matt Wade Australian aid worker Jess Lees is already a veteran of some of the world's worst humanitarian emergencies.
Paul McGeough Trump's response to Tuesday's sarin gas attack was visceral, heartfelt and entirely understandable. But in contradicting his every tweet, it triggers alarms.
The autopsies, conducted on three victims by Turkish doctors, provides the most concrete evidence to date for why more than 80 civilians were killed.
Kirsty Needham China's reaction is being closely watched because it holds veto power over any United Nations Security Council vote to sanction Syria.
Patrick Begley Sitting on gold-painted chairs in a secure room within the Mar-a-Lago resort, US President Donald Trump and many of his closest counsel discuss the Syrian catastrophe.
Nick Miller Stockholm has joined an awful, growing list of cities. The details change but the weapon, the screams, the terror are the same.
Melanie Kembrey, Josephine Tovey, Lynette Eyb The international community has been reacting to the news that US President Donald Trump on Thursday gave orders to launch more than 50 tomahawk missiles at a Syrian air base in the wake of an alleged chemical attack.
Kirsty Needham To China's city residents who fled to the countryside with their children for cleaner air - Dali was their Bali.