Charlie Hebdo gifted David Pope's famous work

Nick Miller 11:34 AM   A new cartoon sits on the crowded walls of Charlie Hebdo's offices in Paris.

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Captain and crew arrested as bodies recovered

CATANIA, ITALY - APRIL 20:  Migrants stand on the deck of the Italian Coast Guard ship Gregretti which is believed to be carrying 27 survivors of the migrant shipwreck in the mediterranean, at Catania port on April 20, 2015 in Catania, Italy. The weekend saw the worst disaster of its kind as hundreds of migrants are believed to have perished as they attempted to cross the mediterranean from Libya to Italy in order to seek refuge.  (Photo by Tullio M. Puglia/Getty Images)

Tunisian captain and a Syrian crew member have been arrested, as EU calls extraordinary summit of leaders for Thursday, and proposes to double search and rescue operations.

'Only a matter of time' for Bali nine pair

Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan's Indonesian lawyer will push ahead with a constitutional challenge to their death sentence.

Jewel Topsfield 8:15 AM   The Indonesian President has warned that it is "only a matter of time" before 10 drug felons including Bali nine organisers Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan are executed.

Russian group hands over fragment of MH17 

Malaysian Airlines planes parked on the tarmac at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

Nick Miller 11:29 PM   A fragment of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 will be handed over to crash investigators, after a Russian veterans group cancelled plans to display it in a new museum dedicated to Soviet military victory.

UN wants no part of Cambodia resettlement

Uncertainty: Asylum seekers on Nauru.

Lindsay Murdoch 7:13 PM   Officials in Phnom Penh appear to contradict Canberra on the imminent arrival of refugees from Nauru.

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Father killed in crash on the way to birth of eighth child

A fundraising page has been set up for the Rogan family.

12:50 PM   A father driving his pregnant wife and children to the hospital for the birth of the couple's eighth child was killed when a deer struck their van.

At least six United Nations workers killed in Somalia bomb blast

"We targeted the UN in Garowe, we killed some and wounded others": Shebab spokesman Abdulaziz Abu Musab.

12:49 PM   At least six UN workers have been killed in Somalia by a huge bomb placed by Shebab militants that destroyed a bus.

Israel's Netanyahu given 14 more days to form coalition government

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahuat the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem following his party Likud's victory in Israel's general election.

Batsheva Sobelman 12:13 PM   Despite his decisive electoral victory in March, Israeli PM asks for deadline extension as he struggles to form a government.

Charlie Hebdo attack: Julie Bishop presents French cartoonists with David Pope's famous work

Julie Bishop shows off the cartoon before presenting it to the survivors of the Charlie Hebdo attack.

Nick Miller 11:34 AM   A new cartoon sits on the crowded walls of Charlie Hebdo's offices in Paris.

US mother gets 30 years for killing and hiding six babies

Police tape cordons off the house in which the bodies of seven babies were discovered in Pleasant Grove, Utah.

11:28 AM   A mother who killed six of her newborn babies and hid their bodies in her garage for more than a decade has been sentenced to at least 30 years jail.

Bomb explodes at Spanish embassy in Libyan capital

Street scene in Tripoli after an attack in Janurary.

11:03 AM   A bomb exploded in front of the Spanish embassy in the Libyan capital late on Monday, residents said, the latest in a string of attacks on foreign missions in the North African country.

Security to be increased at Anzac Day ceremonies across Europe, says Julie Bishop

Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop said security measures were 'constantly' being reviewed for Anzac ceremonies.

Nick Miller 9:17 AM   There will be an unprecedented level of security at Anzac Day ceremonies across Europe this weekend, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says.

Book puts spotlight on donations to Clinton Foundation

US presidential candidate and former secretary of state Hillary Clinton.

Amy Chozick 8:21 AM   An investigation of donations made to the Clinton Foundation by foreign entities is proving the most anticipated and feared book of a presidential cycle still in its infancy.

Bali nine executions: Iranians on death row have sentences commuted to life in prison

Myuran Sukumaran pleads for his death sentence to be reduced in 2010.

Jewel Topsfield 8:02 AM   Court rules that sentencing is not about revenge, while ten other drug offenders, including Australians Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan, await their deaths.

Libya's chaos arrives at gates of Europe

Children rescued from a boat in the Sicilian Strait are taken ashore at Pozzallo in Italy on Monday.

Alessandra Migliaccio and Tarek El-Tablawy 7:50 AM   Rome:¬†Hundreds of would-be migrants drown as their ship sinks in the Mediterranean off Libya. At least two dozen Ethiopian Christians are executed in the southern and eastern parts of the country. Oil fields are seized in the centre.

Three rescue operations underway in the Mediterranean Sea after boats sink

A man carries a migrant from the Aegean sea, in the eastern island of Rhodes.

James Mackenzie and Robin Emmott 6:32 AM   Three other rescue operations were underway on Monday to save hundreds more migrants in peril on overloaded vessels making the journey from the north coast of Africa to Europe.

Student armed with crossbow allegedly kills teacher, injures students at Barcelona school

A body is removed from the Instituto Joan Foster in Barcelona.

6:28 AM   Spanish police have arrested a minor on suspicion of killing a teacher and wounding four others in an attack at a high school in Barcelona on Monday.

Remote Amazonian tribe resistant to modern antibiotics

A tropical storm over the Amazon's Black River, which connects Brazil, Venezuela and Colombia.

Kerry Sheridan 6:01 AM   Tribe is resistant even though its members have had barely any contact with the outside world, researchers say.

Heroes recognised for 'surreal' digger river rescue

Nick of time: Rhoda Davidson was plucked from her submerged car by Robert Borst and Peter Muldrew.

Charlie Mitchell 7:38 PM   Two men who staged a dramatic digger rescue to rescue a woman trapped in surging floodwaters have received bravery awards.

Mentally ill Brazilian fit to execute: Indonesia

Mentally ill Rodrigo Gularte is due to be executed with Chan and Sukumaran.

Jewel Topsfield 6:46 PM   A Brazilian man whom the Attorney-General has proclaimed fit to execute with the Bali nine organisers was first diagnosed with a mental illness in¬†1982, according to medical documents obtained by his legal team.

Adidas to use marine plastic waste in products from 2016

Adidas said it would work with Parley to develop fibres made from recycled ocean waste.

Emma Thomasson 6:35 PM   German sportswear firm Adidas is teaming up with a group trying to clean up the world's oceans with a plan to develop materials made from marine plastic waste that can be used in its products.

Britain's far-right firebrand politician may be making his last stand

 UKIP leader Nigel Farage waits to speak at a meeting in Ramsgate during the weekend.

Griff Witte 5:01 PM   For more than a year, the immigration-bashing Nigel Farage has dominated British debate with an insurgent message that critics say has dragged politics to new lows of nastiness. But maybe not for much longer.

Stampede for rescue boat seals the fate of 700 desperate souls

Asylum-seekers arrive in Palermo, Sicily, last week. In the background is the King Jacob Portuguese cargo vessel, the first ship to arrive near a boat believed to be crowded with 700 migrant in distress, only to see it capsizing in the waters north of Libya on Sunday.

John Phillips 4:57 PM   An injured survivor of the doomed vessel that capsized on the weekend, drowning as many as 700 asylum-seekers has told police: "When we sailed the traffickers locked the hatches to prevent people getting out".

Action not words for this tide of suffering

Italy's Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, left, and Malta's Prime Minister Joseph Muscat: European leaders have been galvanised by mass drownings in the Mediterranean on the weekend.

Harriet Alexander 4:51 PM   As 700 migrants were reported to have perished in the Mediterranean, Joseph Muscat, the prime minister of Malta, rounded on his fellow European leaders.

Millionaire businessman wins Finland's election

Juha Sipila signals his Centre Party victory in Finland's election.

Jussi Rosendahl 4:19 PM   A millionaire former telecoms executive touted as a technocrat capable of rescuing Finland from an economic slump won Sunday's parliamentary election.

Australian-run Ebola treatment centre to close

Aspen Medical Ebola training: Clinical training manager Jane Armstrong with Dr John Gerrard and Dr John Parker.

Dan Harrison 3:43 PM   An Australian-funded Ebola treatment centre in Sierra Leone will shut its doors at the end of the month, following a stabilisation of the outbreak in West Africa.