Australia is in the World headlines today, plus Nick Miller interviews a king and superheroes send off an angel.
Daniel Flitton Antonio Guterres is about to become the boss of the United Nations, and it is almost certain he barracks for the Western Bulldogs.
Jewel Topsfield and Karuni Rompies Prosecutors have demanded Australian permanent resident Jessica Kumala Wongso be sentenced to 20 years' jail for allegedly murdering her friend with cyanide-laced coffee.
Latika Bourke British Prime Minister Teresa May has declared the Brexit referendum result a "quiet revolution" in which voters rejected a world that works only for the "privileged few".
Jewel Topsfield and Amilia Rosa A condemned Pakistani man has spoken of his suffering as his life remains in limbo more than two months after he was mysteriously spared from an Indonesian firing squad.
Michael Koziol, Lindsay Murdoch A staffer for Turnbull government frontbencher Christopher Pyne is among the nine Australians jailed in Malaysia after stripping at a Formula One race.
Lia Timson News from Indonesia, Malaysia and Philippines, in addition to the US and the hurricane threatening Central America and the south-east of the US.
Latika Bourke Under the Conservative government's plans, students and skilled workers from countries including Australia will all be targeted as part of a tough new stance on migrants.
Jewel Topsfiled, Karuni Rompies Jakarta: Indonesian immigration authorities have arrested an Australian man for allegedly running a coffee shop and bakery on a university campus while only holding a tourist visa.
Lindsay Murdoch The fate of nine young Australians who stripped down at the Grand Prix in Kuala Lumpur will be decided amid heightened political tensions in the multi-ethnic country.