Melbourne teenager Will Connolly, who smashed an egg onto the head of former far-right senator Fraser Anning, says he hopes the money that was gifted to him to cover his legal fees "provides some relief to victims of the massacre".
New Zealand police lay more charges against the Australian man accused of the Christchurch terrorist attacks. He is now facing 92 charges — 51 charges of murder, 40 of attempted murder, and one terrorism charge.
An explosion targeting a tourist bus ferrying 25 South Africans from Egypt's Cairo airport to the Giza pyramids area leaves at least 12 people wounded.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is taking her fight to end online extremism to Europe today, teaming up with French President Emmanuel Macron to try and curtail the power of tech companies to self moderate.
A Lebanese military court orders the release on bail of an Australian-Lebanese dual citizen on trial for an alleged plot to bring down a passenger plane bound for the United Arab Emirates from Sydney two years ago.
A Lowy Institute poll suggests almost two-thirds of Australians think climate change is a "critical threat" to the country's interests, with respondents ranking it as a more serious concern than international terrorism.
The owners of the Sari Club site, which has remained vacant since the deadly 2002 Bali bombings, agree to sell the land to make way for a memorial park — but it's not a done deal yet.
The parents of 21-year-old Brisbane woman Sara Zelenak, killed in a London terrorist attack in 2017, are travelling to England for the eight victims' inquests, where they hope to meet first responders to thank them for trying to save their daughter.
The owner of the site of Bali's Sari Club — one of two nightclubs bombed in 2002 — has defended his right to build a new multi-storey development there, despite verbal promises for a peace park.