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09:15
Australia Commits Jets To Support US Airstrikes In Iraq Australia Commits Jets To Support US Airstrikes In Iraq
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has said his country will commit unarmed support planes to US-led airstrikes against the militant group IS in Iraq. A combat role for Australia is still being discussed. Speaking to Parliament on Wednesday, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Australia would begin p...
01.10.2014
17:15
Study Links Heat Waves In Asia To Climate Change Study Links Heat Waves In Asia To Climate Change
Human-caused climate change increased the severity of last year's heat waves in Asia, a new report found. But not all extreme weather events could be linked to global warming, as climate expert Thomas Peterson tells DW. The report, published in the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, in...
30.09.2014
11:31 Correction - Cambodian Workplace Study Shows Hardship Awaiting Refugees
With Australia signing deal to send unwanted refugees to Cambodia, study shows how tough life can be for Cambodians themselves.
30.09.2014
10:31 Cambodian Workplace Study Shows Hardship Awaiting Refugees
With Australia signing deal to send unwanted refugees to be resettled in Cambodia, study shows just how tough life can be for Cambodians themselves.
30.09.2014
09:49 Taliban Kills Australian Citizen: Reports
An Australian citizen has been captured and killed by the Taliban in Afghanistan, his family told Guardian Australia in an interview."I want the government to find out how the Taliban knew how my dad was going back to Kabul. It is obvious they got a report about him, because they went onto the minib...
29.09.2014
18:01 Women's Basketball: France And Australia Cruise Ahead
The FIBA World Championship for Women continues in Turkey as France beat Mozambique and Australia cruise past South Korea.
28.09.2014
18:02 Basketball: Women's World Championship Begins
Canada ease past Mozambique 69 54 in Group B while Australia dominate Cuba 90 57 in Group C.
27.09.2014
17:49
AI: Australia-Cambodia Refugee Deal 'In Violation Of International Law' AI: Australia-Cambodia Refugee Deal 'In Violation Of International Law'
Despite human rights concerns, a deal has been signed that will see refugees who sought asylum in Australia resettled in Cambodia instead; a move regarded by AI's Rupert Abbott as violating human rights obligations. The deal was signed by Australian Immigration Minister Scott Morrison and Cambodian ...
26.09.2014
16:19
Australia-Cambodia Refugee Resettlement Deal Slammed By Rights Groups Australia-Cambodia Refugee Resettlement Deal Slammed By Rights Groups
Australia and Cambodia have signed a 35 million USD deal that will see an unknown number of refugees currently housed in Australia's offshore detention centres resettled in the impoverished Southeast Asian nation. Cambodia's Deputy Prime Minister Sar Kheng and Australia's Immigration Minister Scott ...
26.09.2014
14:47 Update 1 - Australia-Cambodia Sign Refugee Deal, Mum On Details
Canberra plans to see its unwanted refugees resettled in Cambodia a country considered one of the least developed and most corrupt in Southeast Asia.
26.09.2014
13:02 Update - Australia-Cambodia Sign Refugee Deal, Mute On Details
Canberra plans to send its unwanted refugees to be resettled in Cambodia a country considered one of the least developed and most corrupt in Southeast Asia.
26.09.2014
12:32 Update - Australia/Cambodia To Sign Refugee Resettlement Deal
Australian Greens senator condemns 'dirty deal' criticizes 'dumping refugees in one of the poorest nations on Earth.'
24.09.2014
10:47
Australia Considers Ban On Travel To Australia Considers Ban On Travel To "Declared Zones" Of Terrorism
A day after a "known terror suspect" was killed by police in Australia, parliament is to consider new anti-terror legislation. The bill focuses on Australians who travel abroad to "declared zones" of terrorism. A new bill set to be proposed to the Australian parliament on Wednesday would create new ...
24.09.2014
10:16
Australia's Listed Firms Face Financial Uncertainty Australia's Listed Firms Face Financial Uncertainty
A leading Australian accountancy body has shown that most of the country's listed companies are facing alarming financial difficulties. The report reflected the weakness of the domestic economy. More and more firms listed on Australia's stock exchange faced "serious financial uncertainty" last year,
24.09.2014
09:32 Australia/Cambodia To Sign Refugee Resettlement Deal
Critics concerned given Cambodia’s chequered history when it comes to accommodating refugees.
24.09.2014
07:46
G20 Sees Opportunities For Extra Growth G20 Sees Opportunities For Extra Growth
G20 finance heads and civic leaders meeting in Australia say they have devised reforms to generate an extra 1.8 percent growth. Aims include improved infrastructure projects and added job creation. Finance leaders wrapping up a two-day G20 meeting in Cairns unveiled growth proposals on Sunday, sayin...
21.09.2014
05:46
Climate Activists Protest Ahead Of NY Summit Climate Activists Protest Ahead Of NY Summit
Climate activists have rallied in Australia at the start of a worldwide protest to press for overdue steps at Tuesday's UN summit in New York. In Cairns, protestors urged G20 finance ministers to switch to "renewables." Protestors alarmed by rising levels of climate-warming gases gathered in Austral...
21.09.2014
12:46
G20 Finance Ministers Talk Growth, Taxes And Russia G20 Finance Ministers Talk Growth, Taxes And Russia
G20 members remain confident to boost economic growth as finance ministers and central bankers of the Group of 20 leading economies meet in Cairns, Australia. They are also set to back a global tax avoidance plan. Opening the meeting on Saturday, the third in a series of four prior to the G20 leader...
20.09.2014
07:46
Major Counterterrorism Operation In Australia Major Counterterrorism Operation In Australia
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has said that police raids and arrests in Sydney and other locations were tied to "specific intelligence" of plans by the "Islamic State" for public executions in Australia. Fifteen people were detained in Sydney, Australia, on Thursday, as part of major counter...
18.09.2014
09:16
Fiji Holds Historic Election After Years Of Military Rule Fiji Holds Historic Election After Years Of Military Rule
Voters in Fiji are headed to the polls. It is the country's first election in eight years and has been touted as a chance to restore democracy after years of military junta control. It was an unfamiliar sight when polls opened across Fiji on Wednesday. It's been nearly a decade since the Pacific isl...
17.09.2014

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