Mother said her little boy could have had a chance of getting better, but the hospital disagreed.
Nick Miller is Europe correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age
A group of far-right activists soon to set sail on the Mediterranean to 'turn back the boats' say they shouldn't be judged on youthful links to extremist and neo-Nazi groups, because they've grown out of it.
The EU has issued a please explain to the UK after the second round of Brexit negotiations ended in disagreement and division.
We're copying the battered, bandaged survivor of a hundred political fights and failures, not a gleaming modern governance machine.
Australia also slipped a couple of places in the rankings of global soft power.
A ship crewed by anti-Islam, anti-migrant activists is about to take to the Med on a mission to send would-be refugees back to Libya.
Charlie Gard has a slim chance of benefiting from an experimental treatment in the US, a medical expert has told the court that holds the baby's life in its hands.
On Thursday, the British government published the text of the so-called 'Great Repeal Bill'.
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