Al-Qunun earlier said in a video posted on Twitter that she wouldn’t leave the room until she met the UNHCR representatives.
At least 10 consulates in Melbourne have have received packages bearing the words “asbestos” and “wear a mask.”
Turnaround follows almost a decade of spiraling deficits, following deployment of fiscal policy in 2008 to support the economy.
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Tech giants have come under increased scrutiny internationally amid concern about the dissemination of fake news.
Australia’s parliament passed some of the world’s toughest anti-encryption legislation on Thursday.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said new powers are needed to help foil terrorist attacks and crimes involving child pornographers.
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No statement was issued for the first time since leaders began attending the annual meeting since 1993.
Vice President Mike Pence sharpened U.S. attacks on China during a week of summits that ended Sunday.
The U.S. will join Australia in redeveloping a naval base in Papua New Guinea
U.S. Seeks to Counter China With Papua New Guinea Power Grid
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison strongly criticised a burgeoning trade war between the U.S. and China
Malaysia's Mahathir Says Data Laws Shouldn't Just Help Big Firms
Australian Treasurer Rips Mahathir for Remarks on Israel Embassy
U.S.-Backed `Quad' Quietly Gains Steam as Way to Balance China
China has committed to spending at least $5.9 billion on more than 200 projects in the Pacific region since 2011.
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