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00:18 Ukraine President Meets Dutch And Australian Ministers
President Petro Poroshenko met with the foreign ministers of the Netherlands and Australia to discuss the downed Malaysian airliner.
29.07.2014
16:47
International Mission To Secure MH17-Site Fraught With Risks International Mission To Secure MH17-Site Fraught With Risks
Australia and the Netherlands have decided against deploying troops to secure the MH17 crash site in Ukraine, opting instead to send an unarmed police team. But access to the site is difficult in an active war zone. Dutch and Australian police called off an attempt to reach the wreckage of MH17 on M...
28.07.2014
13:05 What To Do When You Are Furious With The Russians?
A big pile of circumstantial evidence points to the conclusion that it was pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine who fired a surface-to-air missile at Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, killing 298 innocent people. With countries like The Netherlands and Australia still mourning the loss of so many...
26.07.2014
19:48
Trade And Diplomacy Top Abe's Agenda In Latin America Trade And Diplomacy Top Abe's Agenda In Latin America
With his mind set on diversifying investments, Japanese Premier Shinzo Abe has embarked on a five-nation tour of Latin America. But while economic ties are high on the agenda, the PM will also launch a diplomatic push. Two days after Xi Jinping's Latin America trip ended in Cuba on July 23, Shinzo A...
25.07.2014
20:47
Australia's Rogers Wins 16Th Stage Of Tour De France Australia's Rogers Wins 16Th Stage Of Tour De France
The Australian rider Michael Rogers has won the 16th stage of the Tour de France. Vincenzo Nibali retained the yellow jersey as the overall leader. Rogers pulled off from a five-man breakaway group to win the 237.5-kilometer (147-mile) mountain trek from Carcassonne, the longest stage on this year's...
22.07.2014
23:46
AIDS Conference Opens With A Minute's Silence For MH17 AIDS Conference Opens With A Minute's Silence For MH17
The 20th International AIDS Conference has opened in Melbourne with a minute's silence for six delegates who died on flight MH17 on their way to Australia. An estimated 35 million people currently have HIV/AIDS. The six-day world forum on fighting HIV and AIDS began on a sad note on Sunday, with a m...
20.07.2014
18:16
Aids Conference In The Shadow Of MH17 Crash Aids Conference In The Shadow Of MH17 Crash
Among the passengers on flight MH17 were renowned AIDS researchers and activists. They were on their way to the International AIDS Conference in Melbourne - now grief and dismay overshadow the conference. They were on their way to the 20th annual International AIDS Conference in Melbourne, Australia...
20.07.2014
10:46
Australia Seeks Answers After MH17 Crash In Ukraine Australia Seeks Answers After MH17 Crash In Ukraine
Of the nearly 300 people killed in the MH17 plane crash, 28 were Australian nationals. As the country takes part in a day of mourning, the government is pointing the finger at Russia for its role in the tragedy. Flags flew at half mast in Australia on Saturday as the country mourned the more than tw...
19.07.2014
17:46
Global Business Leaders Lobby G20 Prior To Australia Summit Global Business Leaders Lobby G20 Prior To Australia Summit
The B20 international business lobby has released a set of policy recommendations for the G20 to consider, calling for the removal of trade barriers and allowing the movement of skilled labor across borders. At a meeting in Syndey Australia on Friday, the B20, an international business lobby group, ...
18.07.2014
10:17
Australia Repeals Contentious Carbon Tax Australia Repeals Contentious Carbon Tax
The Australian government has voted to repeal a carbon tax and abandon the world's third-largest emissions trading schemes. The decision to scrap the latter is a major setback for global CO2 trading. The Australian Senate voted on Thursday to repeal the country's contentious carbon tax and to scrap ...
17.07.2014
17:16
Murdoch's 21St Century Fox Confirms Bid For Time Warner Murdoch's 21St Century Fox Confirms Bid For Time Warner
Twenty-First Century Fox, owned by Australia-born media mogul Rupert Murdoch, has officially confirmed it made a bid to buy US entertainment group Time Warner. The multi-billion-dollar offer was, however, rejected. Twenty-First Century Fox's bid was worth about $80 billion (59.1 billion euros), or $...
16.07.2014
13:20 UN Adopts Resolution Aiming To Increase Access To Civilians In Syria
In response to the deteriorating humanitarian situation in Syria, the Security Council on Monday (14 July) unanimously adopted a resolution aimed at increasing access to civilians in difficult-to-reach areas by authorizing the delivery of assistance across borders and conflict lines. By the terms of...
15.07.2014
12:46
AI Accuses Australia Of 'Refouling Asylum Seekers' AI Accuses Australia Of 'Refouling Asylum Seekers'
After returning a boat full of asylum seekers to Sri Lanka, where they face imprisonment, Canberra has come under growing criticism for a practice Amnesty International's Graeme McGregor describes as act of refoulement. After intercepting a boat carrying 41 Sri Lankan asylum seekers and sending them...
15.07.2014
14:35 China Criticizes Australian Leader's Remarks On Japanese Aggression
China on Monday criticised controversial remarks by Australia's leader on Japanese aggression during World War II, reminding Australia to remember the profound suffering Japan caused during that period. Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, inviting Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to deliver a ...
14.07.2014
16:21 Australia Urges Nationals To Leave Israel, Palestinian Territory
The Australian government has urged its nationals currently in the Gaza Strip to make arrangements to depart immediately. The Australian Embassy in Tel Aviv is arranging a one-off assisted departure of Australians from the Gaza Strip, a statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) ...
12.07.2014
20:46
Asylum Seekers In Australia Raise Their Voices Asylum Seekers In Australia Raise Their Voices
Australia's treatment of asylum seekers, including its policy of turning back boats at sea, is under scrutiny. Those who do reach Australia face new obstacles, but a unique choir is helping them make their voices heard. The treatment of a group of asylum seekers who were returned to Sri Lanka after ...
11.07.2014
17:18
No Place To Go For Asylum Seekers In Australia No Place To Go For Asylum Seekers In Australia
Long before Sri Lankan asylum seekers reach their destination, Australian navy boats stop them, refuse their asylum requests, and send them back home. But there is growing resistance against this policy. The way is long, and they shall keep sailing in the endless Indian Ocean. They have been traveli...
11.07.2014
15:48
Australia's Asylum Policy At Sea 'May Violate International Law' Australia's Asylum Policy At Sea 'May Violate International Law'
Canberra has been criticized over the return of asylum seekers to Sri Lanka after a brief screening at sea. Australian Human Rights Commission Chief Gillian Triggs says the practice may be in breach of international law. The Australian government has rejected accusations of mistreatment by Sri Lanka...
11.07.2014
12:19
Japan's Abe Ends Rare Australia Visit Japan's Abe Ends Rare Australia Visit
Japanese premier Shinzo Abe has completed a rare trip to Australia. Prime Minister Tony Abbot has denied that closer links to Tokyo will upset Australia's large parallel trade ties with China. Abe left Australia's major mining state of West Australia on Thursday, saying relations between both countr...
10.07.2014
23:18 Sri Lankan Deportees Claim Australia Mistreatment
41 Sri Lankan asylum seekers who were intercepted at sea and returned by Australia, appear in court.
08.07.2014

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