Good Morning Australia!! - The verdict is in for a Sydney woman in a death penalty case - Obama takes a swipe at the Orange Clown - Not all are ready to forgive and forget a murderous dictator's crimes - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
The government of Bougainville is reportedly putting a moratorium on mining, dealing a blow to Bougainville Copper Limited's plans to reopen the controversial mine at Panguna, once one of the world’s biggest copper mines.
South Korean officials say medical tests on one of the four soldiers who defected from the North this year might reveal Pyongyang's secret weapons programs - the defector carried antibodies to the bacteria that causes Anthrax.
Good Morning Australia!! - The shocking source of a tribute to a slain Australian - Trump and company throw a tantrum at the UN - Was there Quid Pro Quo in pardoning a murderous dictator? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Happy Holidays, Australia!! - The Kremlin's biggest critics is poised to run for Putin's job - A horror fire sweeps a Philippine mall, many are presumed dead - The impact of Trumpism in America - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Hello Australia!! - Scores are killed in Philippine flooding - Russia blasts the US for upgrading arms sales to Ukraine - Fire strikes the world's oldest zoo in London - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Hello Australia!! - The Palestinian leader rejects further US peace initiatives because of Trump - The US is humiliated by its own diplomats who are caught in lies and middle school "mean girl" nonsense - Fresh elections put Spain's secession crisis right back at square one - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
South Korea's highest court upheld the suspended prison sentence handed down to the spoiled rich kid and former Korean Air executive vice president whose tantrum over a bag of nuts revealed and embarrassed the country's deeply entrenched "chaebol" dynasties.
US airplane manufacturer Boeing is in talks to buy Brazil's Embraer. Such a purchase would give the Chicago-based giant a stronger position to compete with Europe's Airbus.
Good Morning Australia!! - Streets are open and the Trams are running after Melbourne's vehicular attack - Trump is a big loser at the United Nations - Can today's election in Spain solve it separatism crisis? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
The Pentagon reportedly possesses a metal alloy that was allegedly recovered from an Unidentified Flying Object, a mysterious material that confounds scientists.
The Indonesian paper producer Sinarmas has a deeper influence over logging and deforestation than it lets on, according to an investigation by the Associated Press news agency.
Good Morning Australia!! - The US threatens the entire world over Jerusalem - France takes a major step towards total clean power - "Something terrible" is happening in Myanmar, fears a UN official - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
The Queensland government fined the owners of of Wombinoo Station south-west of Cairns and ordered them to restore native plants on more than 130 hectares that had been cleared without authorisation.
Good Morning Australia!! - Theresa May again fails to stand up to Trump - Houthi rebels launch a missile at Saudi Arabia's king - The EU moves against Poland - The train in the deadly derailment was going too fast, US officials say - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
That strange object that flew through out solar system which scientists named Oumuamua might not be a spacecraft - at least not as we know it - but scientists are finding more than enough to study.
Norway's Parliament is decriminalizing marijuana, making it the first Scandinavian country to do so. It shifts the nation's focus to treating drug abuse as a medical problem rather than a legal one.