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Former model Amy Dorris alleges that Trump forced his tongue down her throat and groped her in his VIP box at the New York tournament when she was 24-years-old.
Australia has been accused of ‘barbaric and unreasonable acts’ by China’s foreign ministry, after Home Affairs reportedly cancelled the visas of Chinese scholars and raided the homes of journalists.
The Australian journalist being held in China was arrested on ‘national security’ grounds, China’s government has claimed.
Britain has named former Australian prime minister Tony Abbott as a trade adviser, rejecting complaints from critics that his conservative views about women and gay people made him unfit.
The race is far from over and the Democrats are highly vulnerable under Biden, who may not have sufficient voter appeal to get people off their couches on November 3.
China targeted Cheng Lei because of her high public profile in both the Communist country and among the Chinese-Australian community here, according to one of the nation’s peak security experts.
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Cheng Lei is expected to be held in Beijing by Chinese authorities for “months” with Foreign Minister Marise Payne still yet to get a return phone call from her Chinese counterpart.
Global concern around Australian journalist Cheng Lei, who has been detained in Beijing without charge, continues to grow as colleagues rally around her.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has praised ‘Australia’s true friend’ Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe — after he announced he would resign to undergo treatment for a chronic illness
Colin Barnett says Scott Morrison’s plan to curb foreign influence by overriding the States is ‘complete overkill’ and warns it will be ‘destructive’ to the China relationship.
Peter Law and Josh Zimmerman
Scott Morrison has downplayed tensions with China declaring the relationship has ‘mutual benefit’ and ‘they make things and sell things that we want and we make things and sell things that they want’.
The Morrison Government will unveil new laws to stop foreign countries exerting undue influence over Australia, empowering it to block international agreements that go against the national interest.
There are new reports that North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un is in a coma. The claims have been made by a former aide to South Korea’s late president Kim Dae-Young.
Former White House adviser Steve Bannon was arrested Thursday on charges that he and three others ripped off donors to an online fundraising scheme ‘We Build The Wall’.
Lebanon’s prime minister has announced his government’s resignation, saying a huge explosion that devastated the capital and stirred public outrage was the result of endemic corruption.
Donald Trump says it ‘sounds like a good idea’ to put him on Mt Rushmore amid reports the White House made inquiries about etching the US President into the rock face.
Foreign Minister Marise Payne has revealed she has spoken with her New Zealand colleagues about allowing Australians to travel to New Zealand and vice versa when it is safe to do so.
Facebook has taken down a post by US President Donald Trump, which the company said violated its rules against sharing misinformation about the coronavirus.
Scott Morrison has called on China to step up and take a more active role in a stable world order as Labor accused a rogue backbench, anti-China group of dominating the Government’s foreign policy.
German police investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann in Portugal in 2007 have searched a garden plot in the northern city of Hannover in connection with their probe, prosecutors said.
China remains without a permanent consul-general in Perth, more than two months after the Asian superpower’s top diplomat returned to Beijing for health reasons.
Australians have slammed a failed American politician after she labelled Melbourne’s COVID-19 lockdown as ‘total enslavement’.
China has blasted warnings from Australia to its citizens that they could risk “arbitrary detention” should they travel to the communist state as “ridiculous” and “disinformation”.
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