AU EDITION | Thursday, January 29, 2015 As of 11:12 PM AEST
The Australian Dollar remains resilient on the back of the Swiss Central Bank's currency announcement to abandon its floor.
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Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has called for a broader coalition to address the "terrifying" challenge of extremist groups.
Asylum seekers detained in an offshore processing facility in Australia-run Manus Island have resorted to self-harm and prolonged hunger strikes as protests continue.
Minimum regulation and maximum facilitation should be the motto of provincial governments.
President Obama's effort to take full credit for the economic recovery does not tally with the anti-incumbency wave he faced in the Senate polls held last November.
Mohamed Elomar, the Sydney boxing champion who joined Islamic State, has used a Yazidi toddler to promote his political ideologies.
France has earmarked $490 million to spend on the next three years as it boosts its anti-terrorism measures, including hiring more police and intelligence officers.
Falling oil prices have upset the plans of the Finance minister to show a budget surplus.
A Saudi Arabian prince has urged the US to focus more on stopping the Assad regime in Syria than taking out ISIS.
Data of the recordings from the black box of AirAsia flight QZ8501 showed the pilots raced to stabilise the aircraft moments before its fatal crash, amid “screaming” warning alarms that filled the cockpit.
The study says Europe's political stability is under pressure as right wing parties are taking centre stage.