Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott is having his eligibility for the position of Prime Minister questioned and has so far refused to provide simple answers to questions about his English citizenship and the requirements to not be a dual citizen to be eligible to enter Australia's parliament.
Sonangol Hidrocarbonetos Internacional officials have visited Timor-Leste to investigate the possibility of a consortium of Community of Portuguese-speaking Countries (CPLP) for onshore oil exploration in Timor-Leste.
Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter a man that became a symbol for wrongly convicted people, and an international symbol of racial injustice, has died at the age of 76 in Canada following a battle with prostrate cancer.
Drone strikes in Yemen have been causing controversy and discussion, and a recent drone strike that killed an alleged 15 Al-Qaeda suspects in a truck also struck and killed three civilians in Yemen’s central Baida province has reignited the practice by the parties being acceptable practice.
Japan is set to restart its whale hunting program and will submit a new research program for Antarctica this year to the International Whaling Commission, combined with a observation team sent to Antarctica for 2014/15.
Developers of the open source software 'Firefox Web Browser' have been threatening strike action over the employment of new CEO Brendan Eich by Mozilla, and controversy over his stand on lesbian and gay issues.
Indonesian Government has announced measures to establish the world’s largest manta sanctuary, totaling nearly 6 million square kilometers (2.3 million square miles), protecting both the giant manta ray and reef manta ray.
Merpati Airlines the Indonesia airline owned by the Government has no money to pays its accounts and creditors and ceased flight operations on February 1, 2014. The airline has been grounded until the end of February.