July 13, 2019
Violence compounds DRC Ebola outbreak
Australia’s joint war games. Vanuatu deports Chinese citizens. Greek election results. Ebola rages in Democratic Republic of the Congo.
July 13, 2019
Jeffrey Epstein and his famous friends
The latest arrest of Jeffrey Epstein on charges of sex trafficking minors has again focused world attention on the multimillionaire’s relationships with the rich and powerful.
July 6, 2019
Japan resumes commercial whaling
On Monday, Japan recommenced commercial whaling for the first time in three decades. But could this actually mark the beginning of an end to the country’s whaling program?
History made as Trump runs DMZ
Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un in Korean Demilitarized Zone. Indonesians filing lawsuit against government over Jakarta smog. Carrie Lim urged to quit as Hong Kong chief. Kamala Harris’s moment.
June 29, 2019
Fractures show in Johnson campaign
New US sanctions on Iran. PNG leader wants local company for Manus security. Erdoğan loses Istanbul, again. Boris Johnson’s bid.
June 22, 2019
Freed activist joins Hong Kong protests
Xi Jinping visits North Korea. Man jailed for spreading footage of mosque shootings. Freed activist joins HK protests. Charges over MH17.
June 15, 2019
Protests erupt over Hong Kong extradition bill
Hong Kong protests. Macron messages unheeded. Samoa sinks Rocketman. Military raids Sudan camp.
June 8, 2019
Remembering the Tiananmen massacre
Trump’s visit to Britain. Pacific stopover for Morrison. Bans on religious head coverings in Europe. The 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen massacre.
June 1, 2019
Brexit Party hearty after European vote
Trump’s undiplomatic visit to Japan. New PNG prime minister. Brexit Party gains EU seats. Narendra Modi’s mandate for India.
May 25, 2019
Returned Joko eyes infrastructure plan
Joko Widodo re-elected. The Pacific waits for climate change action. US states line up to restrict abortion. Taiwan’s advance on gay rights.
Nauru on the edge
Australia’s offshore processing contracts with Nauru have abetted the longstanding corruption in the micro-nation. With elections looming in the coming months, Nauruans have grave concerns about their country’s future.
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