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- Australian PM promises Indonesia full response Updated: Nov-21-13 3:35 am
- Wife of activist in Russia urges Australian help Updated: Nov-19-13 1:52 am
BEIJING - Australia's foreign minister said Saturday that economic matters rather than a dispute over China's recently declared maritime air defense zone dominated talks she held with senior Chinese officials.
JAKARTA, Indonesia - Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop tried to mend fences with Indonesia on Thursday, saying her government regrets the hurt caused to its president and people over reports that Australian spies tapped his phone.
WASHINGTON - America is as important as ever for the stability of the Asia-Pacific region and nations in that part of the world want to see more U.S. leadership, not less, Australia's new foreign minister said Friday.
CANBERRA, Australia - The fragile, odd-couple relationship between Australia and Indonesia, forever locked together by geography, has reached the latest of several historic dips. This time, the difference might be that it's the Australians who have more to lose.
CANBERRA, Australia - Prime Minister Tony Abbott promised Indonesia's president on Thursday a full and courteous response to his demand for an examination of reported Australian eavesdropping on senior Indonesian officials' phones.
CANBERRA, Australia - The wife of an Australian Greenpeace activist under arrest in Russia over a protest against oil drilling in the Arctic has called for more intervention from the Australian government to secure his freedom.