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16:55, 19 June 2018 Tuesday
Australia
13:43, 18 June 2018 Monday

EU Australia launch talks for trade agreement

Aim of negotiations is to remove barriers to trade in goods, services, European Commission said in statement

10:50, 14 June 2018 Thursday

2018 FIFA World Cup to kick off today

Russia, Saudi Arabia to play opening match of tournament

14:23, 19 May 2018 Saturday

Australians demonstrate in support of Palestinians

People gather at Melbourne city center to condemn killings of Palestinians by Israeli forces

09:29, 25 April 2018 Wednesday

Philippines orders Australian nun to leave in 30 days

Patricia Fox’s missionary visa was cancelled due to her alleged engagement in ‘partisan political activities’

10:52, 23 April 2018 Monday

Australians Turks commemorate Anzac ancestors

Participants at memorial service for those fallen at Gallipoli express deep respect for Turkish soldiers, people

09:32, 27 March 2018 Tuesday

Australia to expel two Russian diplomats

Australian prime minister says Russian diplomats ordered to leave within seven days

14:45, 03 March 2018 Saturday

Australia confirms 2 nationals wounded in Kabul bombing

Suicide car bomber targeted convoy of Australian Embassy in Kabul on Friday

03:10, 12 February 2018 Monday

UN rights chief calls on PNG to safeguard Australia camp

Some 600 men were moved out of an Australian-run camp on PNG's Manus Island in November to three transit centres after a local court ruled the facility was unconstitutional.

01:01, 01 January 2018 Monday

Six dead after Sydney seaplane crash

The plane went down in the Hawkesbury River near the suburb of Cowan some 50 kilometres (31 miles) north of Sydney.

10:00, 21 December 2017 Thursday

Dozen hurt as car hits crowd in Melbourne

Victoria state police said they had arrested the driver of a car after it "collided with a number of pedestrians" in downtown Melbourne.

09:41, 17 December 2017 Sunday

2 people die after balcony collapse in Australia

30 people reportedly try to take photo during Christmas party at balcony, local media says

00:09, 17 December 2017 Sunday

Australia PM defending slim majority faces by-election test

The poll in the suburban Sydney seat of Bennelong was triggered by a constitutional crisis that has seen eight parliamentarians resign over a once-obscure rule barring dual citizens from federal office.

10:56, 28 November 2017 Tuesday

Australia Man detained over New Year's Eve terror plot

20-year-old Melbourne suspect will be charged with terrorism, police say

01:01, 13 November 2017 Monday

Dozens leave closed Australia refugee camp in PNG

Australia sends asylum-seekers who try to reach the country by boat to two Pacific camps on PNG's Manus Island or Nauru for processing under a tough immigration policy.

12:37, 11 November 2017 Saturday

Australia PM in minority after 2nd deputy quits in citizenship

Former tennis star John Alexander, who represents a Sydney district for Turnbull's Liberal Party, announced he was resigning after being unable to determine if he had inherited UK citizenship from his immigrant father.

02:09, 01 November 2017 Wednesday

Australian citizenship row entangles another politician

Senator Stephen Parry seeks confirmation of citizenship status from British authorities

11:06, 25 October 2017 Wednesday

Australia expanding security support to Philippines

Increased military cooperation aims to address threat of terrorism

17:43, 14 October 2017 Saturday

N Korea threatens to inflict disaster on Australia

Pyongyang slams Australia for standing by the United States on Korean Peninsula tensions

11:54, 22 September 2017 Friday

Australian police hunt killer of giant crocodile

The carcass of a 5.2-metre (17-foot) adult male was found in the Fitzroy River in central Queensland on Thursday with a single gunshot wound to the head, the environment department said.

09:43, 31 August 2017 Thursday

Australia offers to help military

Australia offered to advise, train and assist the Philippine military in a bid to fight terrorism.

11:15, 08 August 2017 Tuesday

Australia pledges 20 million for Marawi civilians

Help announced by Australian FM Bishop is in addition to $920,000 worth of food and supplies given to Philippines in June



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