What a week that was, we saw the Marvel universe take a stand, a familiar attack in Germany and the return of something rather questionable at home.
Well, Germany crashed out of the World Cup, Brazil rolled on and the millennials got another gift from their parents. Stop the world, I want to get off.
Uncovered by correspondents, a global war rattles on. A clash authored in Washington, with the ultimate goal of remaking the world.
Morn, all! What happened while you were asleep? Well Theresa is serious about leaving, yet more financial shenanigans from Canberra, and we have yet another name to attach to 007. Ffs.
Finding someone to vote for is hard enough without politicians changing their positions as the wind blows. Merkel’s New Year’s address just confused every German going to the polls in 2017.
Writing from overseas, German-born Australian, Nicholas Harrington, finds the Cologne attacks have emboldened opinions that once lay silent.
John Moneir looks at how the world has a gained a strange peace waging war against ISIS, but sees that removing ISIS doesn’t remove the problem.
Rob Idol looks into the Aylan Kurdi tragedy and the Syrian refugee crisis, and explains how Australia can no longer afford to sit on her hands.