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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
16:16
China Tackles Air Pollution With Ban On Sulfurous Coal China Tackles Air Pollution With Ban On Sulfurous Coal
China is finally getting serious with pollution and banning highly polluting coal. Australia's coal exports are likely to be hit as that country's miners struggle to emerge from a difficult two years. China said Tuesday it would ban the sale and import of sulfurous, or "dirty" coal within four month...
16.09.2014
15:03 Report: Australia To Send Troops To Help Tackle Is
Australia to send more than 600 military personnel to Middle East to contribute to international operations against Islamic State.
14.09.2014
09:46
Australia To Contribute Troops To Anti-IS Coalition Australia To Contribute Troops To Anti-IS Coalition
Australia is set to deploy hundreds of soldiers to the United Arab Emirates to support a US-led operation against "Islamic State" militants. Prime Minister Tony Abbott said 10 aircraft would also be sent to the region. Australian Prime Minister Abbott said in a statement to reporters in the northern...
14.09.2014
08:47
Australia Contributing Planes For Anti-IS Campaign Australia Contributing Planes For Anti-IS Campaign
Australia is preparing to contribute up to 10 military aircraft to the increasingly aggressive campaign against the Islamic State extremists in Syria and Iraq, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Sunday, ABC News reported.
14.09.2014
23:47
Six Months After MH370 Crash, Search Continues At Painstaking Pace Six Months After MH370 Crash, Search Continues At Painstaking Pace
MH370 was carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew members when it vanished without a trace over the Indian Ocean in March. Six months later, the search area has been narrowed, but investigators are still baffled. Six months after Malayia Airlines flight 370 vanished without a trace en route from Kuala L...
08.09.2014
22:03 Basketball: Boomers Face Probe Over Angola Match
FIBA announces the opening of disciplinary proceedings against Australia over its 91 83 loss against Angola.
08.09.2014
00:18 World Cup Basketball: Turkey Narrowly Defeat Australia
Emir Preldzic's three point shot in the final seconds of the game propels Turkey to victory against Australia, 65 64, to advance to quarterfinals in the 2014 Basketball World Cup.
08.09.2014
14:25 India, Australia Finalize Nuclear Cooperation Pact
India and Australia finalized their nuclear energy deal Friday which will allow Australia to export uranium to India. "Me and Mr Narendra Modi will today sign nuclear cooperation agreement," visiting Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said. Abbott also said India and Australia were bound by "st...
05.09.2014
12:18 2014 Fiba Basketball World Cup Round-Up
Group C runners up Turkey will meet Australia coming in third in Group D in Barcelona on Sunday in Round of 16.
05.09.2014
14:23
Australia Deal Signals Global Shift Towards Nuclear Commerce With India Australia Deal Signals Global Shift Towards Nuclear Commerce With India
Australian PM Tony Abbott is visiting India hoping to sign a deal to sell uranium to the energy-starved nation, a move set to improve commercial and strategic ties between the two nations, analyst Rory Medcalf tells DW. Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott arrived in India on a two-day visit during...
04.09.2014
11:51 Australian PM Visits India To Sign Lucrative New Uranium Deal
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott started a two-day trip to India Thursday with plans to sign a nuclear cooperation agreement that will allow Australia to sell uranium to New Delhi. "I am hoping to sign a nuclear cooperation agreement that will enable uranium sales by Australia to India," Abbot...
04.09.2014
09:03
Australia To Sign Uranium Trade Deal With India Australia To Sign Uranium Trade Deal With India
Australia's prime minister said Wednesday that he will sign a uranium export deal with India for peaceful power generation this week, but added that exports of the nuclear fuel to Russia have been banned until further notice.
03.09.2014
10:21
Australia To Step Up Formal Partnership With NATO At Summit Australia To Step Up Formal Partnership With NATO At Summit
Australia is set to step up its partnership with NATO, its foreign minister said on Tuesday, as the country pursues a bigger role in global crises from Iraq and Syria to Ukraine.
02.09.2014
12:48 Australia To Send Military Supplies To Iraqi Kurds
Prime Minister Abbott says that Australia has no intention to commit combat troops on the ground.
01.09.2014
12:19
'Dredge Spoil Will Speed Decline Of Great Barrier Reef' 'Dredge Spoil Will Speed Decline Of Great Barrier Reef'
Australia's iconic reef is under threat from pollution and climate change. Jon Day, recently resigned as the reef's Director of Heritage Conservation. He told DW that plans to dump spoil will put the reef at risk. DW: The Australian authorities have approved the dumping of dredge spoil from the plan...
01.09.2014

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