Questions have been raised about the freedom and safety of the press in Nicaragua, after violent protests resulted in the death of a journalist. SALONEE MISTRY reports.
As aftershocks from a major earthquake continue to rock Papua New Guinea, experts fear children are suffering significant trauma and stress. JORDYN GRUBISIC reports.
The Chinese Communist Party’s decision to block “politically sensitive” online content has raised questions over the strategy’s impact on free speech. EDWARD WONG and XINRAN HUANG report.
Melbourne researchers have successfully completed the first field trials of a treatment that would help treat children with pneumonia in some of the world’s poorest communities. AMBER SCHULTZ reports
Chinese President Xi Jinping’s re-election could result in his Cabinet putting loyalty ahead of policy, experts say. YOUJIA TAN and RENYUAN OUYANG report.
The city is almost out of water, but Cape Town officials have backed down from a plan to trigger Day Zero next month – a move that would have shut off most of the city’s water taps. AMBER SCHULTZ reports.
Ten days after the election Italy still has no government, despite the posturing of party leaders. DARIA IMPIOMBATO looks at aftermath of an election that divided north and south.
Scientists have discovered a way to turn jellyfish into a crispy treat. LAUREN CHOO reports