No Australians hurt in car bomb in Kabul
No one has claimed responsibility for an explosion that went off near Australian embassy vehicles as they travelled in the Afghanistan capital of Kabul.
Trump defiant after criticism of tariffs
US President Donald Trump has struck a defiant tone, saying trade wars are good and easy to win, after his plan to put tariffs on imports of steel and aluminium triggered global criticism and a slide in world stock markets.
EU targets US bourbon, bikes, blue jeans
Europe has drawn up a list of US products from bourbon to Harley Davidson motorbikes on which to apply tariffs if US President Donald Trump follows through on a plan to impose global duties on aluminium and steel.
Trump joins mourners at Graham funeral
The faithful from small towns gathered with US President Donald Trump and other powerful politicians in North Carolina for the funeral of evangelist Billy Graham, who preached to millions around the world in a 70-year career.
Couples tote AR-15 assault rifles to wed
Hundreds of couples toting AR-15 rifles packed a church in the US state of Pennsylvania to have their marriages blessed and their weapons celebrated as “rods of iron” that could have saved lives in a recent Florida school shooting.
UK teacher trained children as jihadists
A British supporter of Islamic State has been found guilty of trying to recruit children he was teaching into an “army” of jihadists to help carry out a wave of attacks across London.