A Chinese spokesman has used plans to sell Tomahawk cruise missiles to Australia to accuse the United States of hypocrisy.
Envoys from the US, UK and Germany have rejected allegations from Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic that they financed anti-government protests.
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Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida says Japan will host a meeting of the Quad in the first half of this year with US President Joe Biden set to visit.
David Brunnstrom, Kiyoshi Takenaka and Michael Martina
Part of our acceptance of the Government’s pathway over the last two years has been based on transparency from our leaders and trust in what they were telling us.
The decision to delay reopening the WA border means there is a distinct possibility neither Federal leader will set foot here for the election.
Save the Children are providing support and relief to the around 28,000 children affected by the natural disaster as recovery efforts in the country continue.
Russia-US dialogue will continue over Ukraine and other matters, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says.
WA company bosses are begging the McGowan Government to consider exemptions allowing business managers that are triple dose-vaccinated to travel interstate and internationally.
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British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss has warned Russia and China that democracies will stand together to fight against emboldened "dictatorships".
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has refused to support Mark McGowan’s hard border stance, saying WA’s delay of reopening the border is a matter for him.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called for more to be done in one area to deal with the pandemic in a major speech tonight.
AMA WA president Mark Duncan-Smith has called for Premier Mark McGowan to urgently set a date for border reopening after revoking the February 5 plan.
A retired Israeli general has emerged as one of the country's most vocal critics against settlers in the occupied West Bank.
Residents of four NSW electorates due to vote in by-elections on February 12 will all have the option to do so via post, as the state's COVID outbreak goes on.
The sensational decision to delay WA’s border reopening could send the state government back to court, but a legal expert says it’s too early to predict if such a bid would be successful.
Courtney Gould and Catie McLeod
The top Russian and US diplomats have played down any prospect of quickly resolving their differences over Ukraine.
Pauline Hanson has revealed a bold plan for the next federal election based on a sensational claim about Covid in Australia.
SAS veteran Ben Roberts-Smith has been ordered to pay his ex-wife's court costs after losing a federal court legal action against her.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has agreed a $580 million port upgrade deal with Papua New Guinea's leader James Marape.
Foreign Affairs Minister Marise Payne has ruled out sending direct military support to Ukraine as 100,000 Russian troops amass on its neighbour's border.
Social media companies and mental health advocates are at odds about how to regulate online safety, with the latter saying big tech puts profit above people.
The island nation of Samoa was exposed to its biggest spike in Covid this week after infected passengers arrived on a flight from Brisbane.
A Victoria Police senior constable has been charged after a man was tackled to the ground at a Melbourne city centre train station last year.
Two teachers whose employment was ended after schools learned of their sexuality have given evidence at the religious discrimination bill inquiry.
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