Two Tourists Dead, More Injured in Egypt Stabbing

A stabbing at an Egyptian Red Sea beach resort has resulted in two German tourists being killed and four other foreigners injured. The attacker was detained by hotel security and members of the public until the police were able to arrive at the scene. The security manager at El Palacio hotel, Saud Abdelaziz commented on…

Turnbull Rejects Missile Shield for Australia against North Korea

Despite calls from former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and some security experts to implement an anti-ballistic missile defence system, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has rejected the idea as “not really suitable”. The calls come after rising tensions between North Korea and the US, sparked again after North Korea conducted a test launch of an intercontinental…

Donald Trump Vows ‘Era of Strategic Patience’ with North Korea is Over

United States President Donald Trump met with South Korean President Moon Jae-in at the White House on Friday, where the North Korea situation was discussed. Mr Trump declared the “era of strategic patience” with North Korea was over, with the continued development of North Korea’s nuclear and ballistic missile programs. “Together we are facing the…

North Korea Accuses CIA of Assassination Plot, Resumes Nuclear Testing

It has been reported by AFP (Agence France Presse) that North Korea has accused the CIA and South Korea of plotting to assassinate Kim Jong-un. The North Korean Ministry of State Security released a statement saying that the CIA and Seoul’s Intelligence Services intended to use “biochemical substances” during public ceremonial events in Pyongyang to…

WA Government to Heritage List All Victoria Cross War Graves

The Western Australian Government will heritage list all the war graves of Victoria Cross recipients by ANZAC Day in 2018, marking the 100-year anniversary of the end of WWI. Listing the graves will honour the commitment made by Premier Mark McGowan while he was in opposition. Part of the process will include identifying the graves…

EXCLUSIVE: Do Younger Generations Understand ANZAC?

At dawn ceremonies we hear the bugle play, we see returning service men and women pay tribute to their fellow soldiers. We take a moment to thank those who’ve given their lives to give us freedom, and we think about the future of the lucky country. The 25th of April can mean a lot of…

Australians Honour Diggers on Anzac Day

Thousands of people have gathered in Kings Park for Anzac Day’s dawn service, paying tribute to past and present soldiers for their service and sacrifice in war. An estimated 40,000 people were in attendance at the park’s State War Memorial, to remember those who lost their lives in battle. Darkness covered the park as crowds…

1250 US Marines Arrive in Darwin

About 1250 US Marines and sailors have begun arriving in Darwin this week as part of a new rotation involving US engagement in the Asia-Pacific region. The Marines are arriving in Australia’s North as part of a six-month deployment where they will complete up to ten major exercises and engage with a range of countries…

ISIS Executes Jordanian Pilot

This story is written by WAMN Journalist, Daniel Edwards. A video has been released online showing Jordanian Pilot, Lt. Muath al-Kaseasbeh, being burned alive. The Islamic State militant group had sought to trade him for Sajida al-Rishawi, an Iraqi woman who is in a Jordanian prison for her role in a terrorist attack that killed…