AU EDITION | Saturday, March 07, 2015 As of 11:12 AM 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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Canadian special forces soldiers have directly engaged with a group of ISIS extremists while training Iraqi troops behind the front lines.
EU countries will work with Muslim-majority nations on its planned anti-terror projects.
Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird's convoy in Palestine received eggs and shoes from protesters.
Investigators said it is unlikely that AirAsia Flight QZ8501 crashed in December 2014 because of a terrorism attack.
Global economic concerns that range from deflation in Europe and economic slowdown in other countries may be impacting the property markets.
Canada might need to extend its spending freeze to ensure it delivers its' promised balanced budget.
New Zealand's Auckland was named one of the major cities with the most unaffordable housing prices in a recent annual report.
Sears and Walmart have come to the rescue of workers about to lose their jobs with the closure of all 133 Target Canada stores.
Russia is looking for options after facing multiple challenges, both on the economic and political fronts.
NATO said it doesn't want a military confrontation with Russia.