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09:47
Berlin Mulls Saudi, Australian Weapons Deals: Reports Berlin Mulls Saudi, Australian Weapons Deals: Reports
Germany has decided to cease exporting weapons to Saudi Arabia because of ongoing conflicts in the Middle East. But Germany's weapons industry stands recoup some losses with a consignment of submarines to Australia. Germany's national security council, a government body headed by Chancellor Angela M...
25.01.2015
15:17
Dramatic Asian Cup Shootouts Sees Iraq Through And Japan Exit Dramatic Asian Cup Shootouts Sees Iraq Through And Japan Exit
The final two quarter-finals of the Asian Cup were both decided with penalty shoot-outs as Iraq beat fierce rivals Iran to face South Korea and the UAE overcame Japan to face Austrialia. Iraq and the United Arab Emirates booked their places in the semi-finals of the Asian Cup with wins on penalties ...
23.01.2015
14:34 Cambodia Plan To Take Australia Refugees On Shaky Ground?
Minister says only 3 refugees at Australian immigration center on Nauru met with officials to discuss resettling in Cambodia.
23.01.2015
21:17
World Leaders Vow To Protect Jews In UN's Special Session On Anti-Semitism World Leaders Vow To Protect Jews In UN's Special Session On Anti-Semitism
The United Nations General Assembly has expressed concern over the rise of anti-Jewish sentiment across the world. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said that the UN had a duty to stand up to any form of anti-Semitism. The first-ever UN meeting on anti-Semitism was requested in October by thirty-seven c...
22.01.2015
15:49
Becker Back From The Brink Becker Back From The Brink
After dropping the first two sets of his second round match against Australia's Lleyton Hewitt, Benjamin Becker won three straight sets to advance in the Australian Open. The first two sets left Germany's Benjamin Becker with a mountain to climb on Thursday in Melbourne at the Australian Open, going...
22.01.2015
04:56
180 Australians Backing Islamic State Group, Says Minister 180 Australians Backing Islamic State Group, Says Minister
Australia called Wednesday for a broader international coalition, led by the U.S., to combat the "terrifying challenge" of jihadist groups that are challenging governments and aiming to establish an Islamic caliphate in the Middle East.
22.01.2015
15:48
What's The Difference Between A Wallaby And A Kangaroo? What's The Difference Between A Wallaby And A Kangaroo?
They both are both indigenous to Australia, both bounce and are both marsupials, which mean they carry their young, known as joeys, in their in-built pouches. But that is pretty much where the similarities end. If you had to identify a wallaby in a lineup that otherwise consisted of kangaroos, it wo...
21.01.2015
16:18 Australia's Asylum Seekers Say Hunger Strike Goes On
Authorities say protest was brought to peaceful end while activists say camp was 'attacked'
20.01.2015
11:19 Australia Pm Wants Mercy For Death Row Inmates In Bali
Call comes days after five foreigners executed in Indonesia despite international pleas for a last minute reprieve.
20.01.2015
19:19 Australia's Detainees Call For Un To Prevent 'Disaster'
Hunger striking asylum seekers on Manus Island protest at settlement plans.
18.01.2015
17:16
EU-India Ties Clouded By 'Rhetoric Not Matching Action' EU-India Ties Clouded By 'Rhetoric Not Matching Action'
Recent EU-India ties have been described as lackluster. And with India shifting its foreign policy toward the Asia-Pacific, Shazia Aziz WŘlbers tells DW it's time for both sides to realize the partnership's potential. India's BJP-led government has repeatedly stated it wants to play a more ambitious...
15.01.2015
16:21
UAE And Iran Qualify For Asian Cup Knockout Stages UAE And Iran Qualify For Asian Cup Knockout Stages
The quickest strike in tournament history propelled UAE to the next round, while Iran were backed by loud support at their match in Sydney. The two teams join Australia, South Korea and China in the quarter-finals. Ali Mabkhout scored the fastest goal in Asian Cup history after 14 seconds to fire th...
15.01.2015
15:18 Would Charlie Hebdo Cartoons Be Banned In Australia?
Despite claims to contrary, Greens senator says no Australian laws exist that would prevent people from publishing 'offensive' cartoons.
13.01.2015
15:17
South Korea, Australia Through To Asian Cup Quarter-Finals South Korea, Australia Through To Asian Cup Quarter-Finals
South Korea continues to live up to its favorites tag at the Asian Cup, after securing their spot in the next round. Tournament hosts, the Socceroos, are also through to the quarter-finals after a dominant win.
13.01.2015
13:46
Socceroos Win Asian Cup Opener Socceroos Win Asian Cup Opener
Despite going a goal down, Australia secured victory in the opening game of the 2015 Asian Cup beating Kuwait 4-1 on Friday. The tournament hosts saw four different goalscorers in Melbourne. Hosts Australia survived an early scare against Kuwait before goals from Tim Cahill, Massimo Luongo, Mile Jed...
09.01.2015
11:21 Myanmar, Australia To Promote Bilateral Air Services
Myanmar and Australia will promote bilateral air services aimed at upgrading civil aviation business amid growing tourist arrivals in the country year-on-year, official media reported Friday. Myanmar delegation led by U Win Swe Tun, director-general of the Department of Civil Aviation of the Minist...
09.01.2015
10:06 Bushfires Continue To Burn Across Australia As Temperatures Soar
Out-of-control bushfires, assisted by sweltering temperatures exceeding 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit), are causing havoc across South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia. In the latest update delivered on Wednesday, Country Fire Service incident controller Scott Turner said the ...
07.01.2015
12:04 Australia Issues Security Alert For Indonesia
Indonesian national police says no evidence found indicating any planned attacks in second largest city.
06.01.2015
09:47
Australian Firefighters Fear Worsening Weather Conditions Australian Firefighters Fear Worsening Weather Conditions
Firefighters in southern Australia are racing to bring a major bushfire under control ahead of high temperatures and strong winds forecast later in the week. The blaze has destroyed at least 26 homes. Firefighters braced for deteriorating weather conditions as they continued to battle a massive bush...
05.01.2015
13:19 Bush Fires Threaten South Australia Towns
Worst fires in three decades 'out of control' to north of Adelaide, as South Australia premier urges residents to evacuate fire threatened areas.
03.01.2015

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