When Anna Broinowski wanted to make an anti-mining protest film, she turned for help to the masters of propaganda - the North Koreans.
Young Sydney woman Reme Sakr risked her life to travel to war-torn Syria in an attempt to convince her father to return to Australia. Chris Ray charts her journey.
China's Uighurs are fighting back against religious persecution.
The brutal death of asylum seeker Reza Barati has angered relatives.
They called it the closest place on earth to paradise, but its leaders are now speaking openly of their fears that Thailand could collapse amid widespread violence
It was a moment that stopped bloodshed on Bangkok’s streets and captivated the world. Thailand's revered king brought two feuding parties toegther.
Mohamed is only 13, but for the past year he has been the sole breadwinner for a family of seven Syrian refugees living in Lebanon.
The Seven Network's Sunday Night program on Schapelle Corby avoids an interview with the paroled drug smuggler but includes one with her sister Mercedes, the family has promised Indonesian authorities.
The Australian government has upgraded its travel advisory for Bangkok after a surge of shootings and grenade attacks in the capital that left two children dead and dozens injured, many seriously.
Beijing is an exercise in control in early March each year. Tiananmen Square is closed to the public, security in the city centre is tightened, vagrants and illegal street vendors are cleared from view.
A snapshot of what made news across the south east this week