To motivate businesses to consider Brexit's economic impacts on the Netherlands, the Dutch are using a novel ploy.
The country's cartel office rules against the tech giant, getting it to ask users for consent before it collects their data from third-party apps.
The ABC's Anne Barker visits refugee footballer Hakeem al-Araibi in a Thai jail, where he expresses his terror at the prospect of being sent back to Bahrain to face vandalism charges.
America's former foe Vietnam will host the summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un later this month, but there's more than just symbolism at play in the choice of venue, an expert says.
The detention of Chinese-born Australian writer Yang Hengjun over suspected espionage sparks division within the overseas Chinese community, with critics questioning his professional history as well as his ties to the Chinese Communist Party.
Speaking at a forum in Singapore, the Defence Minister urges Beijing to respect international law in order to "respect the rights of all states" and avoid mimicking Russia's "might is right" approach to diplomacy.
The outspoken Chinese-Australian writer has not been heard from since he landed in Guangzhou last week.
Thailand's ambassador to Australia says Hakeem AlAraibi's supporters need to be patient, but sportspeople across the country are rejecting this, instead asking Scott Morrison to directly engage with the Thai Prime Minister.