Israel’s Supreme Court has been asked to punish Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for an alleged breach of a conflict of interest agreement.
A key Labor election pledge to build 30,000 new affordable homes under a $10 billion Housing Australia Future Fund is at risk of being defeated.
Russian President Vladimir Putin insists Russia would not violate its nuclear non-proliferation promises by stationing tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus.
Retail sales data and the monthly consumer price index will offer some insights into spending behaviour and the likely trajectory for inflation.
A small group of demonstrators, some required to wear numbered lanyards, have been allowed to protest a proposed rubbish processing project in Hong Kong.
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners has put forward its budget requests to the federal government, saying reform could save money and time.
Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel, who voted in his hometown, says citizens will have the last word as the country votes in a national election.
New data from the Australian Gambling Research Centre has revealed the extent of harm gambling is causing to Australians.