Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says US President Donald Trump has changed the game with North Korea. It does indeed seem that his wild man approach to diplomacy – contradictory, aggressive,.. Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age
Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop warned the international community about the threat of North Korea's nuclear missiles program on Friday saying that "the security of millions of people.. Source: Rumble -
Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop warned the international community about the threat of North Korea's nuclear missiles program on Friday saying that "the security of millions of.. Source: News Video Online -
Australian Greens Senator Nick McKim has called for Australia 11 to provide up to 20,000 places for Rohingya refugees fleeing violence in Myanmar.On Saturday, September 9, Foreign Affairs Minister.. Source: Storyful Studio -
The United Nations voted unanimously to impose further sanctions on North Korea on Monday, September 11, over the threat posed by the country’s missile and nuclear programs.Foreign Minister Julie.. Source: Storyful Studio -
Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddocks "regular companion" was an Australian woman who moved to the United States 20 years ago to work on the casino strip, the government confirmed today.
Marilou Danley,.. Deccan Herald
A Chinese daily today accused the US and other countries of trying to escalate the Sino-India standoff to replicate the "South China Sea trick" and seek strategic benefits.
"More than five weeks.. Deccan Herald
India has commercial interests in the South China Sea and has been pressing for resolving the dispute as per the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea. Prime Minister Narendra Modi shakes.. IndiaVision Also reported by •All India Radio •DNA
New Delhi , July 18 : Australia's Foreign Minister Julie Bishop while lauding India's economic reforms said it is necessary for New Delhi to engage in greater international agreements in order to.. newKerala.com Also reported by •Sify •ANI News
New Delhi , July 18 : Against the backdrop of allegedly strained India-China relations, Australia's Foreign Minister Julie Bishop asserted that all economies benefit from China's growth, investment and.. newKerala.com Also reported by •Sify •ANI News •DNA
Playing down evident Australian disappointment about being kept out of the Malabar exercise, Julie Bishop, the visiting foreign minister, said on Tuesday she had had discussions with the Indian.. IndiaTimes