By Colin Packham | SYDNEY SYDNEY There would be no winner from conflict between China and the United States, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi warned on Tuesday, seeking to dampen tension between the two nations that flared after the election of U.S. First Post.com, 2 weeks ago
Canberra: Australia’s prime minister would not say how many refugees from Pacific island camps will be resettled in the United States after President Donald Trump’s administration said “extreme vetting” would be used to check their ...State Times, 3 weeks ago Donald Trump shadow on India-US-Australia trilateral relations? Sify, 1 month ago Australia PM Turnbull offers media advice to Trump Business Standard, 1 week ago Aus PM bears brunt of Trump's fury at 'dumb' refugee deal Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago
IMAGE: The Australian team celebrates an ODI victory in Canberra. Photograph: Mark Nolan/Getty Images. The troubles plaguing the Australian Test team will have little bearing on their one-day side's performance in the three-match series against New Zealand starting on Sunday, according to Black Caps coach Mike Hesson. Steve Smith's Test side have been pilloried by fans and their own media after they lost their latest series 2-1 at home to South Africa. That defeat came on the back of a 5-0 ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Sri Lankan asylum seekers held on Pacific island camps who could potentially find new lives in the United States are free to return home without fear of persecution, Sri Lanka's prime minister said today. Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe made the comments ...catchnews.com, 1 week ago
By Charlotte Greenfield and Stanley White WELLINGTON/TOKYO (Reuters) - Australia and New Zealand said on Tuesday they hope to salvage the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) by encouraging China and other Asian nations to join the trade pact after U.S. President ...Sify, 1 month ago Asian TPP nations seek to salvage trade accord after U.S. exit Sify, 1 month ago Asian TPP nations pledge to salvage trade accord after U.S. exit Sify, 1 month ago
Australia said today it hoped to recast the Trans-Pacific Partnership without the US and opened the door for China to sign up after President Donald Trump ditched the trade pact. The deal included a dozen Asia-Pacific nations that together account for 40 per ...Business Standard, 1 month ago
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