Movement to Gab raises questions about whether the government clampdown on major tech giants goes far enough.
- by Max Koslowski
Sadiq Khan says political leaders should stop normalising far-right extremism.
- by Latika Bourke
A Perth Muslim family's car was spray-painted with racist and hateful messages overnight.
- by staff writers
The extremist right wing political creed espoused by alleged Christchurch shooter Brenton Tarrant is resonating through Europe – and beyond.
- by Nick Miller
The ingenuity that brought us these incredible tools can be turned to ensuring the dream of open communication does not turn into nightmare of viral violence.
The latest capture was perhaps the biggest setback for the Afghan security forces since a Taliban offensive in August in the south-eastern city of Ghazni.
- by Najim Rahim and Rod Nordland
Prime Minister Scott Morrison called for a calmer approach to public debate to counter the “shouting from the fringes”.
- by David Crowe
Perhaps more than any other evil act of our time, the Christchurch attack was born of the internet and engineered to exploit its obvious vulnerabilities.
- by Fergus Hunter
Police patrols have been increased at mosques and Islamic community events in Victoria after the massacre in Christchurch on Friday, as faith leaders condemn the attack.
- by Paul Sakkal
A suicide bomber killed 27 members of Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards in mid-February, part of a rise in attacks by militants from the Sunni Muslim minority.
The early-morning attack in Butembo came less than a week after the treatment centre reopened following an attack last month.