Military leaders from China and India held talks overnight after escalating tensions between the two nations over a stretch of border. How did it go?
India has vowed to “avenge the blood” of its soldiers in an increasingly tense border dispute with China, as troop movements build.
Satellite images of hospital parking lots in Wuhan suggest coronavirus started months earlier than originally thought.
An arresting image of a plane full of gun-wielding troops has emerged as two nuclear states face off. Australia’s being dragged into their dispute.
North Korea dictator Kim Jong-un has been photographed in apparent good spirits, despites months of speculation about his health.
A Communist Party mouthpiece has said China’s warning for its citizens not to visit Australia is “just the tip of the iceberg” and more could come.
The two world’s most populous countries are engaged in a tense military standoff. And the dangerous situation is being watched closely.
It was a secret arrangement that took foreign affairs officials by surprise, and now Victoria’s cosy arrangement with Beijing is back in the spotlight.
Members of Australia’s Asian communities are speaking out, warning tourists not to come to our shores amid racism concerns.
The Australian government has rubbished China’s warning to its citizens not to travel here, saying it has “no basis in facts”.
A heartbroken wildlife official said the pregnant wild elephant dipped her head in the water as though she knew “she was going to die”.
Two unusual characteristics of COVID-19 have led some scientists to conclude it could be man made rather than from a Wuhan market.
China’s media has launched a stinging attack on PM Scott Morrison telling him to “muzzle” Australians described as “thugs”.
China has reacted quickly after US President Donald Trump announced a raft of new measures against China and Hong Kong.
A team of climbers from China has become the only expedition allowed to summit the usually-packed Mt Everest this year. Their mission? To find out if it has shrunk.
There is growing anger around the world after a 13-year-old girl was beheaded by her father after eloping with an older man.
Australia, joined by the US and UK, has issued a stern rebuke of China after it pressed ahead with a new security law for Hong Kong.
A young Chinese woman has emerged as a key influencer in Victoria’s controversial Belt and Road trade deal with China.
China is fighting a war of words with Australia and the US, while quietly amassing troops and weapons on another contested front.
Beijing has removed two keys words from an annual government report. And it could spell trouble for tens of millions of citizens.
Wuhan’s coronavirus testing blitz that saw nine million tested was praised as a great success, but it also uncovered a worrying statistic.
Chinese state media claims the wet market believed to be at the centre of the first cluster of coronavirus cases is a “victim”.
China’s state-run newspaper has taken a swipe at “China bashers” and accused them of hypocrisy in the latest fiery exchange.
One of the world’s largest economies has lifted its virus restrictions as it falls into recession and support for its leader tumbles.
China has launched one of its biggest bids for power since the coronavirus pandemic began, leading to massive protests.
Chairman Xi Jinping has deployed two new aircraft carriers in a move designed to stoke tensions with the US and ultimately, Australia.
A political scientist has argued that closing down her country to save lives during the pandemic is missing “the real risks” of the coronavirus.
China has issued a new warning to Australia, flagging “extreme danger” and saying our economy could suffer a “fatal blow”.
New research has revealed an infected person is contagious about two days before symptoms show and stop spreading after day 11.
China has launched one of its biggest bids for power since the coronavirus pandemic began, leading to massive protests.
Authorities have enacted a strict crackdown in Hong Kong as China moves to quickly pass controversial new national security laws.
After a noticeable absence from public life, Korean dictator Kim Jong-un has attended a meeting amid rumours of health concerns.
As the doomed Pakistan flight PK8303 made its final attempt to land at Karachi, the pilot made a chilling announcement.
The coronavirus outbreak in Brazil is accelerating, with the country now reporting the second highest number of global cases.
A man who survived a devastating plane crash in Pakistan has described how he jumped out of the aircraft when he saw “some light”.
Health experts are worried this country could be one of the worst hit by the coronavirus pandemic, but despite low testing rates and no real restrictions, it’s not doing nearly as bad as first feared.
Fans of Netflix’s hugely popular reality show, Terrace House, are shocked and devastated after the sudden death of one of its stars.
Over 100 people are feared dead after a passenger jet crashed into a residential area in Pakistan, days after the country resumed flights.
Foreign Minister Marise Payne says she is “deeply concerned” about China’s proposed new security law for Hong Kong.
Two survivors have been pulled from the wreckage of a horrific plane crash in a residential area of Karachi, that has killed at least 80 people.
China will issue $430 billion in stimulus payments for businesses and households while also abandoning its economic growth target for the first time.
NBA legend Dennis Rodman has revealed the clue that could tell the world something is wrong with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
China is preparing to impose a controversial new security law in Hong Kong. But US President Donald Trump has warned China not to proceed.?
Coronavirus patients in China’s northeast are showing different symptoms than those reported at the beginning of the pandemic, an expert says.
The city at the centre of the coronavirus pandemic has banned the eating of wild animals amid mounting pressure to crack down on the illegal wildlife trade.
Millions of people have evacuated coastlines as the ferocious Cyclone Amphan, dubbed the strongest storm in ten years, makes landfall.
A death sentence handed down on video conferencing platform Zoom has been slammed for being “cruel and inhumane”.
This is the touching moment a man is reunited with his mum, 32 years after he was snatched as a toddler and sold for less than $900.
Simon Birmingham has attacked China’s embassy for calling Australia’s success in getting a global inquiry “nothing but a joke”, as Donald Trump threatened to permanently cut US funding to the World Health Organisation.
Australia has hit back at the Chinese government after it slapped new tariffs on drought-affected exporters, insisting there is “no trade war”.
After opposing a probe into coronavirus for weeks, China President Xi Jinping has backed down and will support the review.
Researchers warn indoor fitness classes could be a way to spread coronavirus, with 112 people infected in 24 days as it spread.
China’s navy has just completed a mission that has left US officials terrified – and it has serious implications for Australia’s security.
There are growing fears that China could be hit with a devastating second wave of COVID-19 infections as lockdowns continue to ease.
More than 100 countries are now backing ScoMo’s call for a virus probe – but China has lashed the plan, calling it a “Washington plot”.
Tonight Australia will put forward its motion for a coronavirus inquiry despite China’s objections and fears over ‘revenge’ actions.
A woman stuck on a snake-infested island and forced to forage for food to stay alive is desperately trying to find a way home.
Australia has taken a risk in its criticism of China - but there’s a hidden threat with far greater consequences than a beef or barley boycott.
Vietnam has reopened pubs and businesses after recording just over 300 cases of coronavirus and no deaths. Here’s how they did it.
A city of 18 million people that is being engulfed by coronavirus is stamping the hand of people exposed to the virus with ink that lasts 14 days.
After a small outbreak of cases, the city announced it would test all 11 million residents for coronavirus, but the plan has faced criticism.
The COVID-19 virus is once again believed to have originated in a bat species found and consumed in China, according to new research.
NBA legend Dennis Rodman has revealed how he spent a wild night drinking and partying with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
A “treasure trove” of raw data said to be from 230 different Chinese cities has been leaked – and it tells a very damning story.
It first surfaced in law-abiding Singapore earlier this year. Now this “extreme” new movement is spreading around the world.
State media says every resident of Wuhan will now be tested for coronavirus in a “10 day battle” after a new cluster of cases was detected.
This country was celebrating the end of lockdown but just days after reopening, it took just one unwitting party animal to wreck it all.
US agencies are investigating intelligence that suggests the Wuhan virology laboratory had an emergency shutdown due to a “hazardous event”.
China has angrily hit back at claims from the United States that the virus was man-made in what the nation slammed as blatant “lies”.
Three formidable and beautiful women inhabit the despot’s inner circle, and one is both a pop star and a possible Kim mistress.
It’s less Kim Jong-un and more Kim Jong-deux and trois as resurfaced video appears to show the North Korean dictator chatting to body doubles.
Tensions are intensifying between the US and China over the origins of COVID-19, with claims there is “significant evidence” of how it started.
President Donald Trump has said in an interview that his election was the only reason the US hasn’t gone to war with North Korea.
A monkey riding a bike has been caught on video snatching and dragging a child down a street in Indonesia.
The coronavirus pandemic is changing how the world sees China and has sparked “outrageous behaviour” towards Australia, say experts.
The Chinese government has delivered a scathing response to reports in Australian media today, warning tensions could escalate.
A damning dossier leaked from the “Five Eyes” intelligence alliance has revealed numerous shocking claims surrounding China.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-u`n did not undergo surgery or any other medical procedure, South Korea says amid speculation about his health.
North and South Korea have exchanged gunfire amid rising tensions just one day after dictator Kim Jong-un made his return to public life.
Kim Jong-un made his first public appearance since rumours of his ill health erupted, and a small detail about his condition was hidden in the images.
Censored messages, a whistleblower and a muzzled scientist known as “batwoman” - the first days of COVID-19 are only now becoming clear.
China deliberately suppressed or destroyed evidence of the coronavirus outbreak in an “assault on international transparency’’ that cost tens of thousands of lives, a Western governments dossier declares.
It’s a disgusting practice that’s been passed down from generation to generation of North Korean leaders. They call it their “Pleasure Squad.”
North Korea dictator Kim Jong-un has been “seen alive” in new photos. But a sharp-eyed journalist has spotted a suspicious detail.
Another official has laughed and refused to answer when asked whether Kim Jong-un is alive, fuelling rumours the dictator is gravely ill.
As the number of coronavirus cases in Russia passes 100,00, it’s emerged Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin has contracted COVID-19.
Alan Jones has made a blistering attack on billionaire Twiggy Forrest claiming the magnate is “grandstanding”.
After rumours of his death, new photos show Kim Jong-un’s “pleasure train” – where he reportedly parties with “beautiful virgins”.
The scientist who was the first in the world to discover the gene sequence for COVID-19 issued a chilling prediction years before the current outbreak.
As speculation surrounding Kim Jong-un’s health continues, satellite imagery suggests the North Korean leader has travelled by boat to his luxury villa.
Mystery surrounds how India has escaped the pandemic relatively unscathed, with experts speculating that the total death toll has been vastly underreported.
Rumours continue to swirl about Kim Jong-un’s fate. And a new frontrunner has emerged as the North Korean leader’s possible successor.
As the world watches and waits for news on North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s condition, China is presented with a rare opportunity.
A war of words has erupted as Beijing lashes out at Scott Morrison’s bid to investigate China. And now the insults are flying.
Top South Korean officials said their government knows the whereabouts of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, according to a report.
A virologist working in the now famous Wuhan lab has revealed what happened in the early days of the outbreak — and now Australia is watching.