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15:46
Modi's Japan Visit Signals Strengthening Of Bilateral Ties Modi's Japan Visit Signals Strengthening Of Bilateral Ties
Indian PM Narendra Modi will be heading to Japan on his first bilateral visit outside South Asia. Topping his agenda is the modernization of India's infrastructure and military, analyst Rajiv Biswas tells DW. Modi is set to visit Japan from August 30 to September 3 and meet with his Japanese counter...
27.08.2014
17:47
Flight Tracking - Aviation Industry 'Not Ahead Of The Game' Flight Tracking - Aviation Industry 'Not Ahead Of The Game'
There are still few clues as to what happened to Flight MH370. But the aviation industry has already drawn lessons. The question remains, however, how soon they will be acted upon, aviation analyst Chris Yates tells DW. The search from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 is set to resume next mon...
22.08.2014
16:17
Refugee Council Calls On Canberra To Release 'All Children From Detention' Refugee Council Calls On Canberra To Release 'All Children From Detention'
The Australian government has defended its continued detention of asylum seeker children in camps, a policy which Refugee Council CEO Paul Power says in a DW interview 'unquestionably' breaches children's rights. Australia's Immigration Minister Scott Morrison defended his government's tough policy ...
22.08.2014
22:02 Australia Pm Slammed For Scottish Independence Remarks
Scotland's First Minister Salmond says Abbott's comments are "foolish, hypocritical and offensive"
16.08.2014
21:16
US Defense Deal With Australia Aims At 'Ensuring Regional Stability' US Defense Deal With Australia Aims At 'Ensuring Regional Stability'
The recent defense deal between the US and Australia as part of Washington's "pivot" to Asia sends the message that both nations are committed in their efforts to tackle regional security challenges, say experts. Describing the United States as a "Pacific power", Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel and Se...
13.08.2014
16:46
Military Deal With Australia Is 'Part Of US Pivot To Asia' Military Deal With Australia Is 'Part Of US Pivot To Asia'
The US and Australia have signed a deal to bolster US military presence in the Asia-Pacific as part of Washington's 'pivot' to the region; a development China will continue to push against, analyst Ernest Bower tells DW. The new military agreement will allow the US to rotate more marines and Air For...
13.08.2014
11:17
US, Australia To Seek UN Strategy On Returning Islamist Fighters US, Australia To Seek UN Strategy On Returning Islamist Fighters
The United States and Australia have said they plan to take concerns about returning jihadist foreign fighters to the United Nations. The threat posed by such individuals has also been on the minds of German politicians. US Secretary of State John Kerry told reporters in Sydney on Tuesday that he an...
12.08.2014
21:16
Gammy Case May End Commercial Surrogacy In Thailand Gammy Case May End Commercial Surrogacy In Thailand
The story of Gammy, a baby born via surrogacy to a Thai woman and abandoned by his biological parents drew attention to the practice. Experts say the controversy has left many couples in a limbo, reducing their options. Surrogacy in Thailand has drawn international outcry after an Australian couple ...
08.08.2014
16:26 Russian Embargo Comes Into Force As List Published By Official Website
Russia’s one-year ban on food imports from the United States, the European Union, Canada, Australia and Norway came into force Thursday after being published by the official government website.
08.08.2014
02:46
Russia Retaliates With A Ban On Western Food Russia Retaliates With A Ban On Western Food
Responding to EU economic sanctions, Russia has banned food imports from the West. The ban comes at a bad time for the struggling eurozone economy, and some have called for government compensation. Responding to Russia's retaliation on Thursday (07.08.2014), the European Commission was self-assured ...
08.08.2014
17:47
Kerry Seeking Common Ground Within A Divided ASEAN Kerry Seeking Common Ground Within A Divided ASEAN
US Secretary of State John Kerry is set to attend several summits in Southeast Asia in a bid to ease regional tensions with China. But analyst Vikram Nehru tells DW expectations on any breakthrough should be tempered. Kerry will be leaving on Friday, August 8, on a six-day trip to Myanmar, Australia...
06.08.2014
13:33 Parents Accused Of Abandoning Surrogate Baby In Thailand
Say doctors stopped them taking boy born with Down Syndrome back to Australia due to 'heart condition'; surrogate mother says they didn't want him.
06.08.2014
16:18
AI: Australia 'Continues To Violate' The Refugee Convention AI: Australia 'Continues To Violate' The Refugee Convention
Australia has sent 157 asylum-seekers to a detention center on the Pacific island of Nauru after holding them at sea for weeks. AI's Graeme McGregor accuses Canberra of undertaking a "secretive program of interceptions." The asylum seekers, thought to be mostly ethnic Tamils from Sri Lanka, were eve...
05.08.2014
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Australia Unveils New Counterterrorism Laws Australia Unveils New Counterterrorism Laws
Australia has announced a raft of counterterrorism measures designed to curb threats posed by home-grown extremists. It's estimated dozens of Australian citizens are fighting alongside jihadist groups in Syria and Iraq. The Australian government proposed new laws on Tuesday, aimed to target home-gro...
05.08.2014
16:47
Kangaroos Caught In The Headlights Kangaroos Caught In The Headlights
A staggering number of animals in Australia die getting hit by cars. Wildlife rescue groups end up taking care of survivors - and are trying to educate motorists in an effort to reduce those deaths and injuries. Wild animals in Australia, including iconic species like kangaroos and koalas, face not ...
04.08.2014
15:30 Poroshenko Signs Laws Allowing Dutch, Australian Police To MH17 Crash Site
Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko signed laws ratifying agreements with the Netherlands and Australia, under which their international police mission will be allowed to access the crash site of Malaysian Boeing in Donetsk region, Poroshenko’s website said.“The documents specify that the agreement...
01.08.2014
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
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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

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