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Hopes for Brexit trade deal between Britain, EU dim; leaders on both sides give gloomy assessment of talks
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Hopes for Brexit trade deal between Britain, EU dim; leaders on both sides give gloomy assessment of talks

Boris Johnson and European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen have given their negotiators until Sunday before a decision is made on whether to keep talking or give up

Prime Minister Narendra Modi to hold bilateral 'virtual summit' with Australian counterpart Scott Morrison today
India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi to hold bilateral 'virtual summit' with Australian counterpart Scott Morrison today

'Dates for the visit of Prime Minister of Australia to India this year had been finalised, but the visit could not take place. It was also agreed to hold a 'Virtual Summit'. This is the first time that Prime Minister Modi will be holding a 'Bilateral Virtual Summit', this signifies the strengthening of ties with Australia and its upward trajectory,' Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said in a statement.

Australia batsman Usman Khawaja's brother Arsalan arrested over alleged involvement in planning of terror attacks
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Australia batsman Usman Khawaja's brother Arsalan arrested over alleged involvement in planning of terror attacks

A police source said that Arsalan Khawaja, 39, was arrested in suburban Sydney and is being questioned in relation to allegations he attempted to pervert justice by making a false document.

Former Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull resigns from Parliament, triggers by-election for Sydney seat
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Former Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull resigns from Parliament, triggers by-election for Sydney seat

Malcolm Turnbull resigned from Parliament on Friday, triggering a by-election that could bring down the unpopular conservative government.

Australia's political crisis: Support for govt slumps after Malcolm Turnbull's ouster; Scott Morrison promises stability
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Australia's political crisis: Support for govt slumps after Malcolm Turnbull's ouster; Scott Morrison promises stability

The support for Australia's coalition government has dropped to its lowest in a decade after it installed Scott Morrison as the prime minister.

China hopes to improve ties with Australia under Scott Morrison, says stable bilateral relations in interest of both countries
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China hopes to improve ties with Australia under Scott Morrison, says stable bilateral relations in interest of both countries

China said it hopes to work with the new Australian government to get bilateral ties back on track, authorities said on Saturday.

Australia's new PM Scott Morrison promises a stable government, plays down speculation of early polls
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Australia's new PM Scott Morrison promises a stable government, plays down speculation of early polls

Scott Morrison on Friday promised a stable government at the end of a tumultuous week in which his predecessor was forced out of office.

Scott 'Stop the boats' Morrison: New Australian PM is known for his controversial policy on asylum-seekers
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Scott 'Stop the boats' Morrison: New Australian PM is known for his controversial policy on asylum-seekers

Evangelical Christian Scott Morrison, who emerged as prime minister after a bun fight in Australia's ruling party on Friday, is an ambitious man who has always dreamed of the top job.

Treasurer Scott Morrison to become Australia's next prime minister after winning three-way battle for leadership
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Treasurer Scott Morrison to become Australia's next prime minister after winning three-way battle for leadership

There were three contenders in the leadership vote: former home affairs minister Peter Dutton, who narrowly lost a leadership vote against Turnbull on Tuesday, Morrison and Foreign Minister Julie Bishop.

Australia political crisis: Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull faces second leadership challenge, senior ministers offer resignations
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Australia political crisis: Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull faces second leadership challenge, senior ministers offer resignations

The turmoil came to a head after months of poor opinion polls and a revolt by fellow Liberal politicians on Monday against the prime minister's plans to embed carbon emissions targets in law at a time of soaring power prices.

10 Australia ministers offer resignations as political crisis deepens; Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull accepts only two
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10 Australia ministers offer resignations as political crisis deepens; Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull accepts only two

Australia PM Malcolm Turnbull narrowly survived a move to unseat him by his populist Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton on Tuesday, with a 48-35 voting in his favour,

Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull survives party leadership challenge; wins 48-35 against Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton
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Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull survives party leadership challenge; wins 48-35 against Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton

Malcolm Turnbull, considered a moderate, declared his position vacant at the Liberal Party meeting to force the issue after rampant speculation that the more hardline Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton wanted his job. The result of that ballot was that Turnbull was elected as leader of the Liberal Party by a margin of 48-35.

IAF to participate in air combat exercise in Australia: New Delhi-Canberra ties on the upswing, but disagreements remain
India

IAF to participate in air combat exercise in Australia: New Delhi-Canberra ties on the upswing, but disagreements remain

Although exactly how Australia can manage China’s rise is debatable, there is a bipartisan consensus about India being a reliable partner.

FIFA World Cup 2018: Australia Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull intervenes after repeated glitches in match broadcasts
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FIFA World Cup 2018: Australia Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull intervenes after repeated glitches in match broadcasts

Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull spoke to the chief executive of Optus, the company with exclusive streaming rights in Australia, after disruptions in broadcast.

Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull criticises Special Forces troops for flying 'utterly unacceptable' Nazi flag in Afghanistan
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Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull criticises Special Forces troops for flying 'utterly unacceptable' Nazi flag in Afghanistan

Australian Broadcasting Corp. published the photograph of Special Forces troops flying a Nazi flag from a vehicle while on a patrol in Afghanistan in 2007. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull joined critics, calling the incident 'utterly acceptable'.

Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull to deliver national apology on 22 October to victims of institutional child sex abuse
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Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull to deliver national apology on 22 October to victims of institutional child sex abuse

Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull said on Wednesday that he will deliver a national apology to victims of institutional child sexual abuse and their families on 22 October.

Former Australian all-rounder Shane Watson says banned trio have paid a heavy price, calls punishments extreme
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Former Australian all-rounder Shane Watson says banned trio have paid a heavy price, calls punishments extreme

Former Australia international Shane Watson. The punishments slapped on Australian cricketers Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft for their roles in a ball-tampering scandal were extreme

French president Emmanuel Macron to Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull: 'Thank you and your delicious wife'
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French president Emmanuel Macron to Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull: 'Thank you and your delicious wife'

Was it a Freudian slip by French President Emmanuel Macron? A joke linked to French gastronomy?

Trans Pacific Partnership: Donald Trump says US will only rejoin pact if it is given 'substantially better' deal
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Trans Pacific Partnership: Donald Trump says US will only rejoin pact if it is given 'substantially better' deal

US president Donald Trump said the United States would only join the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a multinational trade deal his administration walked away from last year if it offered “substantially better” terms than those provided under previous negotiations

Russia expels diplomats from 23 countries in tit-for-tat move following expulsion of its envoys
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Russia expels diplomats from 23 countries in tit-for-tat move following expulsion of its envoys

Russia has expelled diplomats from 23 countries in retaliation against the West in an escalating spy row, in the biggest wave of tit-for-tat expulsions in recent memory.