New Ministry Of Austrailian PM's Take Oath Today

Sydney:Sept 21; Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull's new ministry is going to be take Oath by the Governor General in Canberra today.

More than 28 changes to personnel and ministerial responsibilities were made official.

Nine of the new ministers and assistant ministers, including five in Cabinet and Defence Minister Senator Marisse Payne, are all women.

Former prime minister Tony Abbott's loyalists, who were granted new jobs in the fresh look Turnbull ministry yesterday, praised the Prime Minister for keeping balance in his team.

War with N Korea is avoidable: UN chief

United Nations: A war with North Korea is avoidable, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said today, urging direct talks between key powers on disma...

Fire rips through maritime museum in Indonesian capital

Jakarta: A fire ripped through a 17th century Dutch colonial building that houses a maritime museum in the Indonesian capital today, causing extensive...

Pope voices nuclear war concerns at he begins Latin America trip

Santiago: Pope Francis admitted today he was frightened by the prospect of an accidental nuclear apocalypse, as he began a weeklong visit to Chile and...

World's fifth largest diamond discovered in Lesotho

Maseru: A diamond thought to be the fifth largest of gem quality ever found has been discovered in Lesotho, miner Gem Diamonds said today, and could b...