A "cyber weapon" originally belonging to the US National Security Agency has caused devastation in the wrong hands.
Nick Miller Operations were cancelled, ambulances diverted and computer systems crucial to the care of the seriously ill failed as Friday's international cyber attack crippled hospitals across the UK's National Health Service.
Lindsay Murdoch Police in Myanmar have moved to arrest ultra-nationalists backed by Buddhist monks amid a resurgence of mob-violence aimed at the country's Muslim minority.
Jewel Topsfield The Ahok verdict has sparked candlelit vigils from Bali to Papua. The Indonesian diaspora in Australia have organised protests. But can the blasphemy law be changed?
Jewel Topsfield and Amilia Rosa Australian man Stephen Richardson was strangled to death in his Sanur villa, with Bali police suspecting the killer was known to the 63-year-old.
Amrit Dhillon Five of India's most senior judges have started a hearing likely to be a watershed in the way Muslim men relate to their wives.
Kirsty Needham Billboards and bus stands across the city of 22 million are spelling out the benefits of global trade, international cooperation and economic growth.
Jewel Topsfield and Amilia Rosa Bali police say 'possibly there was an act of violence' behind the grisly death of Stephen Richardson.
Lindsay Murdoch Thai authorities have given Facebook a four-day deadline to remove web pages they deem violate Thai laws.
Chris Zappone US President Donald Trump's decision to fire FBI Director James Comey has plunged Washington into a fresh state of uncertainty. Why?