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The Foreign Affairs Minister said that it was in Australia's best interests that the North Korea nuclear crisis is resolved.
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Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has used her address to the United Nations General Assembly to warn that the international order faced increasing threats, chiefly from North Korea and terrorism. Ms Bish...
"Many, many thousands of innocent people will die," Turnbull said.
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Turnbull declared he had absolute confidence in Trump's handling of the crisis.
She may soon have one of the UN's most prestigious podiums at her disposal to affirm Australia's commitment to helping with the education crisis.
And the latest grand stuff-up is all of its own making.
While Penny Wong admits her chief of staff was "unwise" and Joyce proves he is Kiwi no more.
The Government wants the ALP to come clean about its potential role in exposing Barnaby Joyce's dual citizenship.
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Malcolm Turnbull says Australia and the U.S are joined at the hip on defence matters.
Australia has welcomed tough travel and financial sanctions on North Korea.
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There's a push for Australian humanitarian agencies to form a disaster coalition.
There's a serious push to unite charity groups as a 'one-stop shop'.
Gillian Triggs left the Human Rights Commission yesterday with "no regrets" and a few things to say.
The Prime Minister of Australia and the former-Prime Minister have been told to stop bickering.