Minister Dan Tehan said a wave of cases on the Indian sub-continent showed Australia's near blanket ban on arrivals was still essential to keep the country Covid-free
People targeted in the raid in the poor Jacarezinho neighborhood tried to escape across rooftops as police arrived in armored vehicles and helicopters flew overhead, television images showed
More than 70 per cent of smartphone apps are reporting personal data to third-party tracking companies like Google Analytics, the Facebook Graph API or Crashlytics.
Jennifer Gates said, "Hi friends, By now, many of you have heard the news that my parents are separating. It's been a challenging stretch of time for our whole family."
Ten WTO meetings in seven months have failed to produce a breakthrough, with 60 proposal sponsors from emerging economies, backed by a chorus of campaign groups, Nobel laureates and former world leaders
The huge pink monument with its tentacles outstretched was unveiled in March by the coastal town of Noto in central Japan as a proud nod to its local delicacy
Experts say Jordan is now in the grip of one of the most severe droughts in its history.
The swift action was taken a day after a 50-year-old man became the first reported local transmission case in New South Wales state in more than a month
Scotland is home to one of the world's most prominent independence movements and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has described this election as the most important in the country's history
Facebook's independent oversight board on Wednesday upheld a ban on former US President Donald Trump while ordering a further review of the case