Ben Roberts-Smith denies killing Afghan civilians, in a case that’s shone a light on elite soldier units.
Myanmar coup: The soldiers refusing to fight
Despite Russia’s help, the Myanmar military is still failing to control the country and its soldiers are defecting.
Navigating the two sides of Somalia's capital Mogadishu
Journalist Soraya Ali travels to Somalia to see if it really is how her mother remembers it.
Black bear walks into bakery and eats 60 cupcakes
Workers at Taste by Spellbound in Connecticut were shocked when they spotted the uninvited customer.
Manhattanhenge: How to see it this year
The biannual phenomenon draws locals and tourists alike to capture the perfect photo.
North Korea launches rocket after satellite warning
The launch comes shortly after the country announced it planned to send up its first space satellite.
Elizabeth Holmes walks into Texas prison to start sentence
Disgraced Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes has reported to the federal prison in Texas where she will serve an 11-year sentence.
Holmes, 39, was convicted early last year on four counts of fraud linked to her failed blood testing start-up.
Macau facing increased restrictions under expanded security law
The government in the Chinese territory says the changes are in line with legislation in Hong Kong.
South Africa plans law change over Putin ICC arrest warrant
Pretoria wants the power to decide whether to detain leaders wanted by the International Criminal Court.
Nato to send 700 more troops to Kosovo after clashes
The reinforcements come after 30 Nato peacekeepers and 52 protesters were hurt in clashes.