Focus on US marines in Darwin; testing times ahead; Brexit tensions.
Unholy conflict; China warning shot; Ahok judgement; Euro loses currency
Taiwan trade risk; NZ friendlier for seasonal workers from Pacific Islands; Italy’s PM resigns.
South Korea’s Park offers to fall on her sword; China eyes change; James Curran forecasts less united states.
Third arrow misfire; Vlad-handing; LDP bloodline flows Down Under; Trump’s Razzie.
What happens to Mosul after Daesh?; Hillary Clinton plays Donald Trump in final debate; Julian Assange’s internet outage.
Trump’s locker-room talk hits support; Republicans stand back from candidate; Russian hacks not helping; South Australian citizens contributing to nuclear debate.
Trump and Clinton recruit former CIA chiefs; Insiders vie to be Jakarta’s governor; Referendum blues in Hungary and Colombia
US unclear on nuclear first strike; deadlier weapons heading to Aleppo; The Hague orders Australia into mediation with Timor-Leste over maritime boundary.
US bill for wars estimated at $5 trillion; Putin gains more seats; Anti-immigrant party joins Berlin’s local parliament; Labour activist found guilty after Thai factory exposé
US buzzes Korea; Cosying up to Brits; Clinton’s ill tidings; Russia’s Trump card
Weasel words at UN working group; Turkish president moves to head off Kurds; Russia ‘shows off’.
Conciliatory Akihito to stand down; Tony Jones blunders on myth of ‘Croatian Six’; Always smile at a crocodile; Jokowi restores tough minister
Republicans drop ‘two-state’ solution; Erdoğan consolidates power after coup; envelope journalism by app.
Abe targets Japan’s pacifist constitution; North Korean anger over US missile base in South Korea; New British prime minister Theresa May.
Ruling on China’s maritime claims; Ramadan ends with suicide attacks; Hillary Clinton questioned by FBI; two women vying for Tory leadership.
As the reality of Britain’s Brexit vote sinks in, racism and economic uncertainty are on the rise, amid wild speculation over what might happen next.
Boris dancing?; Nukes subplot; Istanbul attack; Timor recruits US
Pollies return fire; gunmakers’ stocks up, 22 die each day; Guthrie’s world view.
Tense times over nuclear deterrence; Hong Kong closing ranks on financial transparency; Kalashnikov to have a clothing line.
Offshore troops still in the shadows; Trump swaps gimmicks for cynic
Wealthy ‘countries’ unto themselves; Sanders and Cruz win Wisconsin; all eyes on downed Syrian jet.
Unmade seabeds in Timor-Leste; Egypt stays quiet on student’s death; China has a case of the Ips.
Republicans have some primary concerns; border guards on Timor-Leste; US bombers coming Australia’s way.
Tory ranks divided over Brexit strategy; Daesh still a target; RAN submarine bids; Ugandan election arrest; literary notes from the Middle East.
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