Who is is the self-exiled and hermit-like US resident who pulls the strings of a movement blamed by Turkey's president for an attempted coup?
Paul McGeough That noise heard overnight on Friday was the sound of jaws hitting desks in NATO bunkers either side of the Atlantic.
Eryk Bagshaw He was a divorcee, a drunkard, and a delivery man. On Thursday, he murdered 84 people on Nice's Promenade de Anglais.
Peter FitzSimons Over the years, writing books with a military theme – Nancy Wake, Kokoda, Tobruk, Gallipoli, etc – I've come across stories that have moved me, and even reduced me to tears. But the one that gets me most is the story of a World War I Digger who fought in the battle of Pozieres – the centenary of which is next Saturday.
Harriet Alexander Mosques across the city of Istanbul are sounding their call to prayer hours before sunrise, as the noise of gunfire and fighter jets continues to cut the night, according to an Australian man in Istanbul.
Latika Bourke The day after a man waged tragedy on Nice, people are thanking their stars for near misses.
Farrah Tomazin Melbourne's Turkish community has been rocked by the attempted coup against the Erdogan government, with hundreds gathering on Saturday in a show of strength.
Paul McGeough Stunning as it is, the Friday coup in Turkey is not unexpected.
Peter Munro Chaos and confusion ripped through Turkey after a failed coup by military factions set off a furious scramble for power and sparked turmoil within one the world's most unstable regions.
Latika Bourke France has begun three days of national mourning as the Prime Minister warned his people to "learn to live with terrorism".