The German government has reportedly paid for the Panama Papers, the secret files of a Panamanian law firm that helped some of the world's richest people hide their money from tax authorities.
Good Morning Australia!! - The US hints at military action against North Korea, while Kim cusses - France will give its ultimate honor to a Women's Rights Champion - Two actors give up a lot to stake a position in Hollywood's diversity battle - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Hello Australia!! - North Korea's ICBM test sets off alarms - A sharp elbow gets a cyclist tossed out of the Tour de France - Why is Austria sending troops to its border? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
North Korea launched an intermediate-range ballistic missile into Japan's territorial waters in the Sea of Japan, ensuring that it will be a topic of conversation at this week's G20 summit in Germany.
Tanzania's parliament went ahead and passed new laws allowing the government to force mining and energy companies to renegotiate their contracts; Australian mining companies weren't looking forward to it.
Good Morning Australia!! - Iraq is close to completing the liberation of Mosul - Macron plans radical changes for France's bureaucracy - Did anyone out there lose AU$1.6 Million? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
The UN World Health Organization (WHO) says the world's most recent Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo is over. Four people died and four patients survived, out of some 600 people who had contact with the killer virus.
Ukraine says its has obtained proof that Russia's security service was behind last week's Petya/Not Petya malware attack that hit the country's infrastructure particularly hard.
Good Morning Australia!! - An Australian hostage is seen in a new terrorist "proof-of-life" video - Hawking scolds Trump - An upset in Tokyo might be the first rumbles of a political earthquake in Japan - 30 years on the lam, over - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Hello Australia!! - Yemen's health crisis is exploding under the chaos of war - Gun-fueled insanity in the USA- Pope Francis makes some changes in the wake of charges against Cardinal Pell - Adele cancels what might have been her final concerts - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Hello Australia!! - Trump is accused of attempted blackmail - Germany's achieves a major milestone in civil rights and decency - One of the most-criticized figures from the Grenfell Tower disaster has stood down - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
The federal court says a private college in Sydney misled students into thinking they were signing up for free classes when in fact they were being saddled with immense debt.
The head of two private schools in New York City says he won't take credit cards, but will now accept Bitcoin and two other cryptocurrencies for tuition payments.
Good Morning Australia!! - Trump's weird and graphic Twitter rant provokes disgust - Iraqi officials foresee the imminent end of IS - Cardinal Pell speaks on sex abuse charges - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Brazil's ruling party senate leader resigned and declared the government of unelected president Michel Temer to be "discredited" hours after the Supreme Court requested the legislature put Temer on trial for corruption.
Australia's most senior Roman Catholic official announced he would "return to Australia, as soon as possible, to clear his name" after being charged with historic sex abuse.
Authorities in Victoria are expected to charge Australia's highest-ranking Roman catholic official Cardinal George Pell with serious sex offenses, reportedly included three counts of rape.
Hello Australia!! - Italy's hospitality towards immigrants appears to be stretching thin - Criminal charges are filed in England's worst football disaster - You won't believe what a Japanese airline did to a disabled passenger - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
A stolen police helicopter fired 15 shots at the Venezuelan Interior Ministry and Supreme Court building in Caracas, and dumped four hand grenades in what the government is calling a "terrorist attack".