The area of East Ghouta experiences it's deadliest day in three years with almost 100 killed as UNICEF issues a blank statement saying it "no longer has words to describe" the suffering.
Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitsky's second sample tests positive for the banned substance meldonium, with the Russian Olympic delegation at a loss to explain how the substance ended up in the athlete's body.
One in five school principals are overwhelmed by workplace stress, a new survey has found, with an expert saying the results point to a "looming crisis".
The trial of a 17-year-old Palestinian teenager arrested for slapping an Israeli soldier is generating headlines around the world, with the UN, Amnesty and Human Rights Watch calling for her release.
A TAFE employee being investigated for misconduct was wrongly offered a redundancy package worth more than $105,000 by a former director, SA's ombudsman finds.
A Perth woman, who has admitted texting whilst driving, denies being distracted by a message from her boyfriend in the seconds before she lost control of her car, leading to a crash that claimed the life of her friend.