Elderly French Catholic priest butchered at his own altar by a pair of attackers linked to Islamic State.
Nick Miller Before the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris in January 2015, 'AK' was a cheerful, music-loving and devout French teenager.
Paul McGeough The city of brotherly love saw scenes as chaotic and fraught as last week's Republican follies in Cleveland.
Philip Wen The Australian government has issued a strong joint statement with the United States and Japan calling on China to abide by a Hague tribunal's ruling on the South China Sea.
James Mooney A fisherman in the US has captured the dramatic moment when a big tiger shark takes a bite out of a hammerhead in Louisiana waters.
Jewel Topsfield The spiritual advisers who will spend the final hours of life with those condemned to die in Indonesia's next round of executions have been told they will be carried out around midnight on July 29 to 30.
A knife-wielding man went on an attack in a home for the disabled killing at least 15 people, in the Japanese city of Sagamihara, according to reports.
Lindsay Murdoch The number of dead doesn't include drug users and pushers executed and left on the streets with cardboard signs "admitting" their guilt.
Kieran Gair Police say the shooting was not an act of terrorism.
Eryk Bagshaw A US newspaper has taken the unprecedented step of writing an editorial against a presidential candidate the day after he launched his campaign.
Ms Cheers has been found on John Renshaw Drive.
FROM cars to canines there was something for everybody at the annual Gloucester Chill Out Festival.
The children of Mt George PS are getting prepared for a thrilling billy cart derby in September
Weekend results from Lower North Coast sport.
Following our story on the history of Wingham's Victorian beauty, Zeal Cottage, comes news of a resident ghost ...
AFTER a car crash left him a quadriplegic John Green refused to give up his active lifestyle.
George Hoad, president of Garden Clubs of Australia, reports on his gardening travels around Europe.