Hundreds of Australian police yesterday arrested five teens planning an Islamic State-inspired terrorist attack this week at an event to mark the centenary of the landings at Gallipoli during World War One, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said.
An unidentified assailant fired gunshots at the headquarters of Turkey's main pro-Kurdish party overnight Friday, but there were no casualties, media said yesterday, in an attack which could stir tensions ahead of a June general election.
Efforts should be stepped up to seek a political solution to the crisis in Yemen, Chinese President Xi Jinping told Saudi Arabia's King Salman in a telephone call, China's Foreign Ministry said yesterday.
The UNations has launched an appeal for £180 million to aid 7.5 million people in Yemen over the next three months, as fighting intensifies in the south and air strikes pound 18 of Yemen's 22 provinces.
A Lebanese journalist and her television channel have gone on trial before a UN-backed court in a case critics say raises questions about press freedom but which prosecutors say is essential to protect vulnerable witnesses.
The EU has accused Google of cheating competitors by distorting Internet search results to favour its shopping service as it launched another antitrust investigation into its Android mobile operating system.