Nick Miller, Brussels In Brussels they're now whispering the unthinkable: Brexit.
'Arise, my Hubby' ... Buckingham Palace maintains silence over knighthood bestowed on the Duke of Edinburgh
Nick Miller In response to a list of questions submitted by Fairfax Media on Thursday, the palace refused to confirm whether the Queen would personally hand Prince Philip the insignia of the Knight of the Order...
Survivors return to Auschwitz to mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the infamous Nazi death camp
Nick Miller Choking with tears, standing before the ''death gate'' of Birkenau, Auschwitz survivor Roman Kent forced himself to speak. 'We survivors do not want our past to be our children's future.''
Nick Miller Tuesday is the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Nazi death camp Auschwitz-Birkenau. Josh Frydenberg, Australia's Assistant Treasurer, lost members of his family at the camp and he will be there...
Nick Miller, Europe Correspondent "I am sort of Mister Cocoa," says Professor Paul Hadley.
Nick Miller London: What do you give the Queen who has everything? A miniature Game of Thrones throne, of course.
Nick Miller More than a million people and dozens of world leaders were expected to march through Paris on Sunday in a historic display of global defiance against extremism after Islamist attacks that left 17...
Nick Miller Surveillance of the Kouachi brothers behind the Charlie Hebdo attack had been called off only six months before the massacre because they were deemed low risk.
Nick Miller The past three days in Paris have been extraordinary - as normal as they have become.
Nick Miller The heart of the Republic resembles a war zone, its streets splashed with shattered glass.
Charlie Hebdo terrorist crisis comes to dramatic climax as special forces kill gunmen in Dammartin and Porte de Vincennes
Nick Miller The Charlie Hebdo terrorist crisis came to a dramatic climax on Friday, with simultaneous special forces raids ending two sieges amid explosions and sustained gunfire.
Nick Miller and Tom Allard As the bells tolled from the towers of Notre Dame after a minute of silence for the victims of the attack on Charlie Hebdo, Sofia offers half her umbrella in the slanted rain, huddling against the...
Nick Miller A hostage was being held as a manhunt for the men believed responsible for the Paris massacre late on Friday night [Australian time] closed in on a town north-east of the French capital.
Nick Miller France’s first day of mourning after its deadliest terrorist attack in living memory was marred by fear, rumour and violence, amid one of the biggest manhunts in the nation’s history.
Nick Miller France's deadliest terrorist attack in half a century came in a hail of bullets, fired without hesitation or warning.
Paris attack: Thousands of Parisians gather in spontaneous demonstration, chant 'freedom of expression'
Nick Miller Ten thousand singing, chanting, passionate Parisians have crammed into the square that symbolises their freedom, only blocks away from the magazine office where terrorists killed journalists and...
Nick Miller The French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo is no stranger to controversy, and has a history of tackling Islamist extremism within its pages.
Nick Miller At least 12 people were killed in a shooting at the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo, a satirical magazine firebombed in the past after publishing cartoons in 2011 joking about Muslim leaders.
Alleged victim of VIP paedophile ring Martin Allen lived on grounds of Australian high commission in London
Nick Miller A VIP paedophile ring, allegedly involving some British MPs, may be behind the disappearance of a boy in London in 1979.