We’ve rounded up the headlines from around the world this morning — so you don’t have to go searching.
1. Another Syrian child found washed up on Turkish beach.
Just weeks after the lifeless body of three-year-old Syrian refugee Aylan Kurdi was found washed up on a beach in Turkey, another young child has been found in similar circumstances.
ABC News reports that a four-year-old girl was found on a beach in western Turkey.
According to Anatolia news agency, a boat carrying 15 Syrians to the Greek island of Chios capsized on its way from the wartorn country, leading to the girl’s drowning.
The other 14 passengers reportedly survived.
The deceased girl has yet to be identified.
2. Nick Cave calls for George Brandis to be sacked.
Malcolm Turnbull hasn’t even been in the role of Prime Minister for a week, but he’s already being asked to sack one of his Cabinet members.
News.com.au reports that Cave, 57, and the other writers have written an open letter to Turnbull asking Brandis to be removed from the Arts Minister role.
“We will no longer stand, under any government, further cuts being made to what is already the smallest amount of funding, when we are delivering quality work to the largest audience in the nation,” the letter said.
Writers Christos Tsiolkas and Hannah Kent also signed the letter.
3. NT attorney general quits White Ribbon after “give her a slap” remark
Earlier this week, Northern Territory attorney general John Elferink came under fire for telling female Labor MP Natasha Fyles he wanted to “give her a slap” in Parliament.