The 24-year-old had rushed a seriously ill toddler for treatment after being saved from drowning.
Australians on the drought, dust, fire and floods of one of the most turbulent summers in memory.
The Wall Street Journal ran an opinion piece criticising China's response to the coronavirus outbreak.
The proposal would end prison sentences for polygamy among consenting adults in the state of Utah.
Rowan Baxter's wife reportedly jumped from the car yelling "he's poured petrol on me".
Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman appears at a high-security US jail where he is serving a life sentence.
Members of the far-right group gave out books that appear to caricature Turkish men brandishing guns.
Amnesty International members Taner Kilic and Idil Eser are among those accused of terrorism links.
The UN-backed government says it cannot continue at the negotiations if it is under bombardment.
The Westerdam was declared virus-free after docking but then a released passenger tested positive.
Police are searching for a woman seen with seven-year-old Fátima Aldrighett, who was later found dead.
The symbolic move by nine rural mayors is aimed raising awareness of "intolerable" healthcare.
The two light aircraft with two people on board each crashed to the ground north of Melbourne.
Officials have released footage of a rare sighting of a snow leopard in the Himalayas.
Ammonia, the key ingredient of fertiliser, can be burned in ships’ engines in place of polluting diesel.
Facebook said it was "legally compelled" to block access to a page under new "fake news" laws.
The Australian bushfire agency said it wanted to say thanks to helpers in "the biggest way possible".
One dead and thousands are left without power after thunderstorms hammer Sydney.
The discovery raises fresh concerns about potential safety issues for the US plane-making giant.
The World Health Organization says "radical change" is needed before it is too late