Good Morning Australia!! - A new ransomware attack circles the globe - The US coalition might have attacked its own allies in Syria - The FARC completes its farewell to arms - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Brazil's top prosecutor charged President Michel Temer with accepting bribes, making him the first sitting president in Latin America's largest nation to face criminal charges.

Rio Tinto says it will back China-based Yancore's offer of AU$3.55 Billion (US$2.69 billion) for its New South Wales coal mines, currently held by Rio's subsidiary Coal & Allied.

Good Morning Australia!! - The US Supreme Court hands an ugly and discriminatory victory to Trump - US Republicans make their mean health care bill even more vindictive - Theresa May is blasted for the sweet deal she handed to Northern Ireland right-wingers - SHocking video of a crowded boat sinking - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

No one was hurt in the collapse of a 130-tonne crane at a Perth building site on Monday morning, but workers will have some clean-up and repair work to do.

The state coroner of Western Australia in Perth has opened an inquest into a string of indigenous youth suicides.  It will be one of the largest inquests in Australia, and futures hearings will reach out to those communities in Broome, Kununurra, Halls Creek, and Fitzroy Crossing.

The Ebola outbreak that ravaged three nations in West Africa might have been even worse if it weren't for the bravery of Red Cross civilian volunteers who dealt with one of the most dangerous jobs.

Good Morning Australia!! - How poverty worsened a disaster in Pakistan - The experts put a dollar sign on the Great Barrier Reef's worth to Australia - Crazy video you'll be glad you're not a part of: A bumpy airline ride, an eight-meter fall from an amusement park ride, and a wayward shark visits beach-goers - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Scores are missing in a giant landslide - The biggest rock star at Glasto didn't bring a guitar - The Arnold and Emmanuel show double teams Trump - WTF is wrong with an athletic association's name? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News:

Hello Australia!! - The UK is evacuating hundreds of council flats over fire risks - Was the Gulf States crisis caused by inconvenient news coverage? - A troubling litany of white cops unpunished for killing black people - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Even after promising to build a new "Uber 2.0" after purging top executives in a sex harassment scandal, the ride-hailing company is acknowledging that one questionable high ranking official is staying.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull took a victory lap after winning the lengthy battle to pass the government's AU$23.5 Billion Gonski 2.0 model through parliament, a major reform in federal schools funding.

Good Morning Australia!! - Trump admits he was full of it - The RAAF gets involved in the fight against Islamists in the Philippines - Where Kenya outperforms Australia - The transportation revolution that didn't happen - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Australian parents of autistic children are demanding One Nation Senator Pauline Hanson apologize for saying those kids should be removed from mainstream classrooms, an opinion that isn't supported by any evidence.  One of those mums is Labor MP Emma Husar, who let Hanson have it in Parliament.

The Liberals' plan to open up 356,000 hectares of Tasmanian forests for logging has been defeated in the state's upper house.

Good Morning Australia!! - Islamic State destroys its own birthplace - British PM Theresa May is forced to drastically scale-back her ambitions - Is Trump actually running the US, or is his cabinet paying lip service? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Officials have given the green light to a AU$100 Million project to improve the quality of water in Coxs River, which runs into Sydney's drinking water catchment.

Nearly a third of the world's population is exposed to lethal climate conditions in the form of deadly heatwaves for at least 20 days a year, and the risk is expected to cover 48 percent of the world's population by 2100 even if carbon gas emissions are drastically reduced.

Good Morning Australia!! - Explosions rock Brussels' main train station - Forget what you thought you knew about Chelsea Manning - It turns out there are consequences to dangling a baby off of a skyscraper - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The Federal Government says it will go ahead with plans to restrict gas exports to try to counter domestic shortages causing high prices in Australia.

Construction work has commenced at the industrial precinct in Victoria's Avalon Airport, which officials hope will establish it as a major freight and logistics hub capable of servicing a variety of industry sectors.