Articles By Reissa Su

A member of ground crew works on a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 737-800 airplane on the runway at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Sepang July 25, 2014.

From Society Nov 22

Former Malaysian Envoy Denies Assault Charges in New Zealand, Elects Trial By Jury

Muhammad Rizalman, a former Malaysian diplomat, has denied the charges against him and pleaded "not guilty" of assault with intent to rape.

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott (C) talks to Chinese President Xi Jinping (R) before a meeting at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Parker Song/Pool

From Politics & Policy Nov 22

New Zealand Assured China-Australia Deal Will Not Affect Demand

New Zealand has been assured by Chinese President Xi Jin Ping that China's deal with Australia will not affect export demand.

U.S. Navy F-18E Super Hornet jets leave to support military operations against ISIL after receiving fuel from a KC-135 Stratotanker over Iraq, October 4, 2014 in this picture released by the US Air Force October 6, 2014. REUTERS/USAF/Staff Sgt. Shawn Nick

From Society Nov 22

ISIS War to Last For 4 Years; US Military Shows Videos of Airstrikes Hitting Militant Base [VIDEO]

A top U.S. military official has estimated the war with ISIS to last for four years. The U.S.-led airstrikes has hit ISIS-controlled buildings and bunkers.

Pharmaceutical tablets and capsules in foil strips are arranged on a table in this picture illustration taken in Ljubljana September 18, 2013. Picture taken September 18. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic

From Society Nov 21

Ebola Stock Companies Suspended From Trading For Unverifiable Claims

Four publicly traded companies were suspended by SEC in the U.S. for claiming to be developing Ebola treatments.

A man types on a computer keyboard in Warsaw in this February 28, 2013 illustration file picture

From Society Nov 21

Australia Joins Global Effort to Stop Russian Website From Illegally Streaming Web Cam Feeds

Australia is joining the United States, Britain and other countries whose webcams have been exploited by Russians.

Russian President Vladimir Putin holds a gold bar while visiting an exhibition at Russia's Far Eastern gold mining center of Magadan November 22, 2005.

From Politics & Policy Nov 21

US Plane Flying Over Russian Skies Spotted; Vladimir Putin Ready For 'Practical Cooperation' With US

A U.S. military plane was reportedly flying in Russian airspace on a surveillance mission. Russia is ready to cooperate with U.S. if mutual respect is observed.

New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key

From Politics & Policy Nov 21

John Key Says Britain Settled New Zealand 'Peacefully' Despite Tribunal Report Findings

New Zealand PM John Key believes New Zealand was settled peacefully by the Crown despite records showing thousands have died in land wars.

Smoke rises from the Yarrabin bushfire, burning out of control near Cooma, about 100km (62 miles) south of Canberra January 8, 2013.

From Society Nov 21

Australia's Chance Of El Niño Rises To 70%; Heatwaves And Drought To Persist

Australia has a 70% chance of experiencing El Niño as the weather bureau revises its previous forecasts. Heatwaves and dry conditions are expected.

New Zealand Dollar

From Society Nov 20

New Zealand To Face Economic Challenges Ahead in Returning to Surplus

New Zealand is expected to deal with the economic challenges ahead as it attempts to return to a budget surplus within the year.

Iraqi security forces personnel fire artillery during clashes with Islamic State militants, in Jurf al-Sakhar, south of Baghdad October 26, 2014. Picture taken October 26, 2014. REUTERS/Stringer

From Society Nov 20

ISIS May Have Inspired Palestinian Attacks in Jerusalem; Caliphate To Expand With Annexation of Arab Lands

The attacks in Jerusalem were believed to have been inspired by ISIS. The militant group is feared to be holding sufficient control and command of other Arab lands.