Hello Australia!! - Wow, not a good time to be an ex-leader charged with corruption - A clearly-marked journalist is killed in Gaza - A van plows into a crowd sitting outside a touristy cafe - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Former prime minister Tony Abbott waded into the debate over whether Australia should give "special attention" to white South African farmers by claiming 400 of them had been murdered over the past twelve months.  Problem is, that's not close to accurate.

Facebook says more than 300,000 Australians had their personal information mined by the British political consultant Cambridge Analytica, which allied with Donald Trump in the 2016 US Presidential Election.

Good Morning Australia!! - Missteps before and after the YouTube shooting - US Republicans won't repudiate nazis - Indonesia's oil company admits responsibility - Long-delayed justice in New Zealand - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

A new study suggests that climate change is affecting the southern polar region on a much larger scale than previously believed, with a hidden ice melt pattern that is troubling climate scientists.

Cape Town officials say Day Zero - the day the municipal water system runs dry and people will have to queue with jugs - will not come this year afterall, as reservoirs begin to re-fill.

Good Morning Australia!! - A speedbump in the UK chemical attack investigation - April in Paris means long waits for trains - The cruel joke that could end a mayor's career - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The South Australian government is clearing the way for the second phase of the $916 million Carrapateena copper-gold project by granting a mining lease to Oz Minerals.

With more and more consumers doing their shopping online, more are desiring the products arrive when they're actually at home to receive it, revealing a potential opportunity in the Logistics world.

Hello Australia!! - A dictator gets away with a heinous crime - Voters pick a new president in a campaign revolving on Gay Marriage - The man who changed television died - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Russia escalates the spy poisoning row - Another fatality linked to a self-driving car - Malala returns to the town where she was shot - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Deadly clashes between Israel and Palestinian protestors - Russia expelled a second round of diplomats in a growing row with The West - A great day for Ireland - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The former Korean Air Lines executive whose tantrum over a bag of macadamias got her tossed in jail will return to a top management gig elsewhere in the family run company.

The British multinational bank Barclays has agreed to pay the United States $2 Billion to settle a lawsuit over the sale of residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS).

Good Morning Australia!! - Lehmann takes responsibility for Cricket's woes - Russia strikes back at the West, expels dozens of Americans - A prison fire kills dozens, and families are outraged - Malala goes home - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Federal Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg is resisting a push from some coalition members to nationalize AGL's ailing Liddell coal-fired power station.

Instead of demolishing Stadium Australia and rebuilding, the government of New South Wales has settled on a plan to renovate the structure originally constructed to serve the 2000 Sydney Summer Olympics.

Good Morning Australia!! - Investigators now know where a Russian spy and his daughter were likely poisoned - Ecuador cracks down on lousy house guest Julian Assange - A woman is jailed for racism in South Africa - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Critics are blasting Poland's far right government for trying to silence environmental defenders planning to attend the UNited Nations COP24 climate talks in the country later this year.

Schoolchildren in France will begin their education at age three instead of age six, the age at which most European countries send their kids to school.  It's part of President Emmanuel Macron's plan to shake up the education system.

Good Morning Australia!! - Cricket Australia deals with three players - Putin blames "criminal negligence" in the killer mall fire - NATO slashes Russia's diplomatic mission over the Chemical Weapon attack in the UK - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs: