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Australia urges more European nations to join IS air strikes

31st August 2015
Australia on Monday urged more European nations to begin air strikes against Islamic State group in Syria and Iraq as a way of tackling the escalating refugee crisis gripping the continent. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said ...
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  • Australia urges more European nations to join IS air strikes
    31st August 2015
    Australia on Monday urged more European nations to begin air strikes against Islamic State group in Syria and Iraq as a way of tackling the escalating refugee crisis gripping the continent. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said ...
  • Migrant boat sinks off Libyan coast, kills at least 37
    31st August 2015
    A boat carying migrants sank off Libyas Mediteranean cost, killing at least 37 people, a local official said on Sunday, the second such fatal accident within days. "We had reports this morning that there are seven bodies of ...
  • China denies rushing forces to border during Korean tensions
    27th August 2015
    China did not rush reinforcements to its border with North Korea following a rise in tensions between the two Koreas last week, China's Defence Ministry said on Thursday, adding that its forces were in normal deployment. ...
  • S. Korea says willing to discuss North`s demand to lift sanctions
    26th August 2015
    South Korea is willing to discuss North Koreas demand for an end to sanctions imposed over a 2010 naval attack, the South said on Wednesday, a day after the rivals struck a landmark pact that defused a standoff between their ...
  • Obama says sorry to Japan after Wikileaks claims of US spying
    26th August 2015
    US President Barack Obama on Wednesday apologised to Tokyo after WikiLeaks claimed Washington had spied on Japanese politicians, a government spokesman said Wednesday. Obama held a telephone conversation with Prime Minister ...
  • Saudi Arabia reports 7 more deaths from MERS
    26th August 2015
    Saudi Arabia on Tuesday confirmed seven more deaths of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) coronavirus in the capital Riyadh, taking the toll up to 498 in the oil-rich kingdom. The Saudi Health Ministry said in a ...
  • Indonesia, Panama agree to boost cooperation
    24th August 2015
    Indonesias Minister of Foreign Affairs, Retno L.P Marsudi, held a bilateral meeting with the Vice President of Panama, Isabel de Saint Malo de Alvarado, where the two agreed to strengthen connectivity to boost bilateral ...
  • El Tari Airbase to hold Indonesian-Australian Air Forces` joint exercise
    24th August 2015
    The El Tari Airbase in Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara, will hold a joint exercise of the Indonesian and Australian Air Forces, National Air Defense Sector Operation IV Commander Colonel Nana Santoso stated here on Monday. ...
  • Indonesia urges North and S. Korea to maintain peaceful conditions
    24th August 2015
    Indonesia's Foreign Affairs Ministry has urged South Korea (ROK) and North Korea (DPRK) to maintain peaceful conditions in the Peninsula region. "In view of the recent exchange of fire and military tensions in the ...
  • Two Koreas to hold high-level talks as N. Korea deadline looms: Seoul
    22nd August 2015
    South and North Korea agreed to hold top-level talks Saturday as a North Korean deadline loomed for Seoul to halt loudspeaker propaganda broadcasts across the border or face military action. Four high-ranking officials will ...