Increasing legalisation of cannabis and use during COVID lockdowns have raised the risk of depression and suicide, the UN warns.
- by Francois Murphy
Ukraine isn’t merely recovering from trauma. It is well and truly still living it.
- by Anthony Galloway and Kate Geraghty
The Prince of Wales is said to have accepted three cash payments from a former Qatar prime minister totaling more than £2.5 million, which were then handed to his charity.
- by Harley Dixon and Tony Diver
The bombardment was the worst to hit the capital in months, killing one person and injuring six others, including a 7-year-old girl.
- by Oleksandr Stashevskyi
European nations have become increasingly uneasy with Chinese investments in military equipment and its desire to control critical infrastructure, forcing the NATO boss to address the issue.
- by Rob Harris
After more than four years of waiting, the all economy class Airbus planes will offer Australian travellers greater affordability and comfort and several new destinations.
- by Rob Harris
The Deputy Prime Minister attended the CHOGM summit in Kigali on behalf of Anthony Albanese and backed Prince Charles to remain as head of the Commonwealth.
- by Latika Bourke
The announcement came on a day that saw the G7 leaders openly mock the macho image of their absent adversary Vladimir Putin.
- by Andrea Shalal
The assessments come despite continued Russian advances against outgunned Ukrainian forces, including the capture of the key town of Severodonetsk.
- by Liz Sly
A shooter hit a gay nightclub ahead of Pride celebrations, killing two people and injuring 21. Organisers have been told to cancel Pride events.
- by Terje Solsvik
Pope Francis celebrated families on Saturday and urged them to shun “selfish” decisions that are indifferent to life as he closed out a big Vatican rally a day after the US Supreme Court ended constitutional protections for abortion.