Thousands of people crammed into boats and army trucks have fled their homes in Serbia and Bosnia after record rainfall turned the Sava River into a deadly torrent and caused the worst floods in more than a century.
The worst fears of the MH17 families and friends were realised last night when Dutch authorities revealed that there were only 200 bodies on the refrigerated train that pulled into this northern city on Tuesday – leaving almost 100 unaccounted for.
The Sky News journalist who rummaged through a child's suitcase at the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 has apologised, acknowledging he made a "serious error of judgment".
Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove is travelling to the Netherlands where he will meet aircraft bringing the victims of the MH17 disaster back from Ukraine.
The two black boxes taken by pro-Russian separatists from the crash site of MH17 will be flown to the United Kingdom for forensic analysis, Malaysia has announced.
A man raised in a squat built on a river bank has been elected to be Indonesia’s next president.
A train carrying bodies and black boxes from a shot-down Malaysia Airlines flight arrived in this eastern Ukrainian city on Tuesday morning, but the remains of nearly a third of the people aboard the plane were missing, a Dutch forensics expert said.
A child abuse row involving Western teachers throws a disturbing light on the uneven quality of Indonesian justice, writes Michael Bachelard.
Tony Abbott has warned of evidence tampering on ''an industrial scale'' at the MH17 crash site, underscoring the massive challenge facing international investigators including Australians as they converge on Ukraine.
A man raised in a riverbank squat has been declared Indonesia's next president. Joko Widodo, the former mayor of regional city Solo, then Jakarta governor, was declared the winner of the presidential election, by a convincing margin, in a ceremony late on Tuesday at the country's Electoral Commission in Jakarta.
More than $8000 was raised on Sunday for Graeme 'Dawby' Berriman
GEORGE Hoad drove to Newcastle recently to present a cheque for $9000 to Ronald McDonald House
Choral Society Magical Mystery Tour at Killabakh Hall , Saturday July 19.
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