A BRITISH backpacker on the holiday island of Koh Tao in Thailand was raped by two of her killers before she was murdered, police have revealed.
A MAN who was diagnosed with the Ebola virus in Texas came in contact with young children, and experts are monitoring them for any signs of disease.
IT’S every parent’s worst fear — an offspring resembling a former partner.
IT WAS supposed to be a record-breaking year for tourist visits to Israel. But all that changed when the 50-day war between Israel and Hamas prompted jittery travellers to cancel trips en masse, leaving empty hotel rooms and barren tourist sites in their wake.
JACQUI Lambie’s crusade against the burqa continued on Sunrise this morning, when she told a respected Muslim leader the controversial garments concealed their “beautiful faces”.
A VICTORIAN man who fatally punched a defenceless holiday-maker and then danced over him like a boxer has been jailed for nine years and three months.
TWENTY-TWO countries. 81 days. 75 blind dates. 294 meals.
STOCKS to watch on the Australian stock exchange at noon on Thursday:
TEENAGE girls who escaped the brutal clutches of Islamic State group (IS) terrorists have recounted a harrowing nightmare of beatings, torture, rape and degradation that included being forced to watch videos of men being beheaded.
JEANNIE Crutchfield takes her daughter’s education seriously.
FACEBOOK has bowed to public pressure and apologised for its real-name policy after a public battle with members of the drag community who described it as discriminatory.
A GIRL abducted by her mother 12 years ago has been found safe and well in Mexico after a joint US-Mexican rescue operation.
SYNTHETIC designer drugs that give a legal high are being made in Russia and are available online.
AUSTRALIA’S competition watchdog has given the green light for global travel booking giant Expedia’s $700 million takeover of Wotif.com.
THE Reserve Bank of Australia is reluctant to say what tools might be used to curb a surge in activity by property investors.
IN PROTEST at what she called “biased judgment” for her semi-finals loss in the women’s 60kg class at the Asian Games, Indian boxer Sarita Devi went to the podium but refused to bend down to let the bronze medal be placed over her neck.