From the outside, the blue and yellow carriages are indistinguishable from the dozens of Soviet-era trains transporting millions of refugees fleeing war-ravaged regions of Ukraine.
Michael Powell and Omelyan Oshchudlyak
Greenpeace has attacked the New Zealand government's plan to reduce emissions, saying it relies on ‘hypothetical and unproven techno-fixes’.
Hezbollah's majority is in doubt after its allies lost ground in Lebanon's parliamentary election, while an opponent of the Shi'ite party has gained seats.
Laila Bassam and Timour Azhari and Maya Gebeily
Kim Jong-un has blasted officials over North Korea's COVID-19 response and ordered the military to get involved as the country reports eight more deaths.
Josh Smith and Joori Roh
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the UK will have a ‘necessity to act’ if the EU won't compromise in the stand-off over the Northern Ireland Protocol.
One person is dead and four others are critically injured after a shooting at a church in southern California, authorities say, and a suspect has been detained.
Jacinda Ardern is experiencing moderate symptoms from COVID-19 and will miss a landmark day in New Zealand’s climate change response.
Nearly two thirds of Swiss voters say the country should switch to an 'opt-out' system for consent in order to speed up the organ donation process.
The teen who shot 10 people at a Buffalo supermarket in a racially-motivated attack had been held for a mental health check less than a year ago.
Jenna Zucker and Gabriella Borter
Ukrainian forces have launched a counteroffensive near the Russian-held town of Izium in the east which could foil Putin's plan to take the Donbas region.
Tom Balmforth and Jonathan Landay
Mariupol refugees have escaped to the Ukrainian city of Zaporizhzhia in a convoy of cars and vans after waiting days for Russian troops to allow them to leave.
Gleb Garanich and Leonardo Benassatto
An 18-year-old gunman shot 10 people to death and wounded three others at a grocery story in Buffalo, New York, before he surrendered to police.
Carolyn Thompson, Michael Balsamo and Dave Collins
North Korea has recommenced building a second nuclear reactor thought to be ten times the size of their current one.
Claims a Chinese spy ship was cruising off the WA coast have been blasted as ‘sensational’ and ‘fear mongering’ by Beijing.
Australian regulators are investigating whether a low dose of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine can be given to children aged from six-months to five-years-old.
West Australian Premier Mark McGowan has described Peter Dutton’s diplomacy tactics with China as “nutty”, but the Defence Minister has fired back.
A Labor MP has called out the Coalition for weaponising his meetings with Chinese officials as a tactic to hide their failures in the Pacific.
The two women competing to lead Australia’s foreign policy after the Federal election have revealed how they would manage the nation’s relationship with China.
The Defence Minister has dismissed Mark McGowan’s ‘personal attack’ over his diplomacy with China as a military spy ship tracks close to the WA coast in an ‘unprecedented’ push south.
Rebecca Le May
The two women vying to guide Australia’s foreign policy after the election have spoke about how they would manage the relationship with China.
Family members of wounded soldiers in Azovstal steel plant plead for help to save them as Kyiv starts rescue talks with Moscow.
The two-year-old daughter of an Australian woman missing in Mexico has arrived in Queensland with emotional pictures released.
North Korea says one person has died from COVID-19, a day after the country announced its first coronavirus outbreak of the pandemic.
Hyonhee Shin and Josh Smith
More than two million people in the 53 countries of the World Health Organisation's European region have been confirmed to have died from COVID-19.
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