Articles By Reissa Su

Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu At A News Conference In Jerusalem

From Politics & Policy 7:44 pm

Israeli Minister Slams US Official's Offensive Remark Against Netanyahu, Demands Obama Gov't. Take Back Words

Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office and a government minister reacted to offensive comments made against the Israeli leader.

A Royal Australian Air Force C-130J Hercules Crew Load Supplies Of Biscuits, Water And Humanitarian Supplies For An Airdrop To Isolated Iraqi Civilians On Mount Sinjar In Northern Iraq At Al Minhad Air Base In The United Arab Emirates

From Politics & Policy 3:39 pm

Australia Special Forces Await 'Delayed' Iraqi Visas Before Joining ISIS Fight

Australian Special Forces in UAE continue to wait for their Iraqi visas to be released before deployment in Iraq.

An Islamic State In Iraq And The Levant (ISIL) Member Waves An ISIL Flag In Raqqa

From Society 1:35 pm

ISIS Parades 30 Sunni Tribesmen Before Shooting Them Dead In Iraqi Town

ISIS militants executed Sunni tribesmen who were taken captive when they overran an Iraqi town. The tribesmen were lined up and shot dead.

A sign is posted on a fence outside the White House in Washington October 23, 2014.

From Politics & Policy 12:33 pm

Russia-Backed Hackers Suspected of Attacking White House Computers; Expert Believes Breach 'Sophisticated'

Russian hackers believed to be working for Moscow had reportedly attacked the computer systems of the White House.

Children stand outside a house during a polio immunization campaign in an outskirt of the Yemeni capital Sanaa April 7, 2014.

From Society 12:19 pm

New Zealand Child Poverty Rates 'Barely Changed' Since 2007

New Zealand's child poverty rates have almost remained the same based on a new report by UNICEF.

Immigration Officer Scott Morrison

From Society 9:55 am

Australia Visa Ban Sparks Outrage in Ebola-Infected Countries; Move Called 'Discrminatory'

Australia's visa ban has angered countries with cases of Ebola. Sierra Leone slammed the decision and said the move was counterproductive.

Asylum Seekers from Afghanistan, Iraq and Iran Cry as Indonesian Officers Force Them to Leave the Australian Vessel Hermia

From Society 9:47 am

Child Refugees Released From Australia Were Attacked And Beaten in Nauru

Four child refugees without parents were attacked while they were walking home by a group of men in motorbikes in Nauru island.

Participants arrive at the opening of a consultation of international experts on potential Ebola therapies and vaccines in Geneva September 4, 2014. On September 4 and 5, the World Health Organization (WHO) will bring together 200 key experts to discuss e

From Politics & Policy 9:41 am

New Zealand Not Adopting Australia's Ebola Measures: Still Depends on 'Voluntary Reporting'

New Zealand Prime Minister John Key said that the country will not follow Australia's lead in imposing tougher policies against Ebola.

A black flag belonging to the Islamic State is seen near the Syrian town of Kobani, as pictured from the Turkish-Syrian border near the southeastern town of Suruc in Sanliurfa province, October 6, 2014. A black flag belonging to Islamic State was visible

From Faith & Belief Oct 29

Muslim Leaders Issue Collective Rebuke Against ISIS; Video Shows Militants 'Chatting Casually' With Turkish Guards

Muslim leaders around the world have signed an open letter to ISIS in response to the militants' "abominable crimes."

A firetruck is seen as a bushfire approaches the town of Labertouche, 90km (56 miles) east of Melbourne, February 7, 2009.

From Society Oct 29

Early Heat Wave Breaks Records In Australia; Lighting Storms Spark Bushfires In Queensland [VIDEO]

Summer is still a few months away but a spring heatwave in Australia is breaking temperature records.