Stories about Oceania from February, 2015
Australians joined people from around the world for International Mother Language Day by tweeting in indigenous languages.
Afghanistan competed in its first ever game in the Cricket World Cup against Bangladesh, also comparatively new to the international sporting competition.
Host countries for the Cricket World Cup 2015 New Zealand and Australia have had easy victories over Sri Lanka and England. Twitter hashtag #AUSvENG was hot during the game.
From Chile's Maule coast to the Australian city of Marrickville, residents have been fighting to protect their communities from fossil fuel projects.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo denied clemency appeals and stated that the country is dealing with a drug emergency problem.
Global Voices interviews exiled activist Paul Inggamer about his views of his native West Papua and the campaign for independence against the existing Indonesian occupation.
"Nobody deserves the death penalty, no matter what crime has been committed. #IStandForMercy."
"The shootings are emblematic of the routine human rights abuses that security forces carry out with impunity in Papua."
The 2015 Asian Cup was won by Australia in an exciting final game against South Korea. It was Australia's first time as a champion in the regional football competition.
Australia's Socceroos have won the 2015 Asian Cup in a tough, close contest against South Korea. A goal in extra time gave the home team a 2-1 victory in Sydney.