Foreign Minister's trip takes her to the heart of a human rights catastrophe and then to a country whose PM is grappling with the world's biggest financial scandal.
Paul McGeough As with Donald Trump's Russia business, the sacking of Bharara is a peculiar, unexplained business.
Rachel Olding A cruise ship passenger has uploaded footage showing the terrifying moment rough seas sent 10-metre waves crashing into their cabin window during a disastrous cruise.
Paul McGeough What industry analysts call a "Trump bump" is turbo-charging new digital subscriptions and even sales of quaint old print editions for dozens of publishing houses.
Lindsay Murdoch The rare sanction against Wirathu, who has led calls for restrictions on Myanmar's Muslims, comes amid deepening tensions in the Buddhist-majority country.
Paul McGeough Amid accusations that it is spreading misinformation and acting as Russia's agent, WikiLeaks made an offer of help to tech giants, but they were less than impressed.
Jeff Sommer The worse the news for immigrants threatened by detention or deportation, the better it has been for private prison operators.
Lindsay Murdoch The assassin's bullet aimed at changing the course of Myanmar's future came from point-blank range, in broad daylight, at the country's biggest airport.
Lindsay Murdoch Authorities have ended a 23-day siege of Thailand's largest temple, where worshippers and monks defied repeated attempts to arrest a prominent monk wanted on charges of money laundering.
Lindsay Murdoch Half a century after United States B-52 bombers dropped more than 500,000 tons of explosives on Cambodia's countryside Washington wants the country to repay a US$500 million war debt.