The coronavirus pandemic has now infected some 18 million people and has killed more than 693,000. Here are the latest updates for August 3:
The psychological and physiological effects of racism on indigenous Australians are well documented.
The decision comes as the tech giants fend off calls around the world for greater regulation, and a day after Google and Facebook took a battering for alleged abuse of market power from US lawmakers in a congressional hearing.
The ACCC is taking Google to court alleging the technology giant broke consumer law by misleading Android users about how their location data was used.
Global pandemic has now infected over 16.2 million people and has killed more than 649,000. Here are the latest updates for July 26:
Former world junior pairs figure skating champion Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya, 20, died after falling from a sixth-floor window in Russian capital Moscow, her coach Andrei Khekalo said.
Promising "lights, camera, jobs," Prime Minister Morrison has unveiled a $280 million boost in cash grants for film productions.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced a range of visas that will be extended from two to five years and offered pathways to permanent residency visas. It is not clear how many Hong Kongers are expected to get the extensions.
The US, EU, Taiwan and others condemned the passing of the law, inciting China to respond by denouncing foreign interference.
Making sense of what led to the crisis and how it will impact Sino-Indian relations.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said in a media briefing that cyberattacks have targeted all levels of the government, political organisations, essential service providers and operators of other critical infrastructure.
The border spat could accelerate existing trends of geopolitical and economic divergence between Beijing and New Delhi, with far-reaching consequences for the region too.
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