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Australian Prime Minister Roasts Trump in Leaked Audio

In an audio recording released by Australia’s Nine News, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull roasted President Donald Trump at the annual Mid-Winter Ball in Canberra. Turnbull responded to the leaked audio by saying the Trump impersonation was meant as a

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull speaks during a press conference at the Commonwealth Parliament Offices on July 3, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. (Ryan Pierse/Getty)

Netanyahu to Urge Global Fight Against Terror During UN Speech

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will urge world leaders to create “a uniform standard in the war on terrorism,” he said Tuesday before boarding his plane to New York, where he will address the United Nations General Assembly later this week.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu talks to the foreign press during the annual press conference for the New Year on January 16, 2014 in Jerusalem. Netanyahu slammed the European Union for summoning envoys over plans for some 1,800 new homes for Jewish settlers in the occupied West Bank. AFP PHOTO/MENAHEM …

Syrian Truce Receives New Blows With Airstrikes, Shelling

Syria’s fragile cease-fire started to unravel on Sunday with the first aerial attacks on rebel-held neighborhoods of Aleppo and a southern village that killed at least eight people, violations that came as tensions between the American and Russian brokers of the deal worsened following a deadly US strike on Syrian government forces.

A man walks past the rubble of a building following reported shelling by Syrian government forces in the Bab al-Hadid neighbourhood of the northern city of Aleppo on April 18, 2015. Aleppo has been devastated by fighting since rebel fighters seized its eastern half in 2012, setting up a front …

Conservatives Poised To Retain Power In Australia

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull looked almost certain to retain power after a bruising national election as key independent lawmakers pledged support and marathon vote counting in close-run electorates leaned in his favor on Friday.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull delivers his election address to the National Press Club on June 30, 2016 in Canberra, Australia. The Prime Minister's speech focused heavily on the economy, with Malcolm Turnbull committing to stick to the Government's economic plan, grow the economy and create jobs should he win the …

Conservatives Close in on Australian Government Rule

Australia’s next government looked more likely to remain in conservatives’ hands Thursday as they secured extra seats in an ongoing vote count after weekend elections, and a key independent pledged his support.

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Australian Election Cliff-Hanger Leaves Nation In Limbo

Australia’s political parties began horsetrading on Sunday to break an anticipated parliamentary deadlock after a dramatic election failed to produce a clear winner, raising the prospect of prolonged political and economic instability.

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Australia Immigration Policy Threatens To Hijack Election Agenda

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s election agenda focussing on jobs and growth is at risk of being hijacked by the country’s harsh immigration policy and controversial network of offshore detention camps for asylum seekers.

Australia Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announces his new cabinet as Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, left, looks on during a press conference at Parliament House in Canberra, Australia, Sunday, Sept. 20, 2015. Turnbull announced sweeping changes to his first Cabinet and promoted more women from two to five, including Australia’s first …

Australian Police Raid Opposition Labor in Tight Election Campaign

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia’s election campaign was hijacked on Friday by police raids on the Labor opposition, over a suspected leak of documents citing cost blow-outs in a multi-billion dollar broadband upgrade, sparking concerns about abuse of power.

Leader of the Opposition Bill Shorten and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull participate in a Leaders Forum at Windsor RSL as part of the 2016 election campaign on May 13, 2016 in Sydney, Australia.

Australia’s Election Set To Be ‘Neck And Neck’

Australia’s election is set to be a nail-biter with two polls published Monday suggesting it is too close to call as the first full day of campaigning got underway. Conservative Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, in the top job for less

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Kuwaitis Criticize Obama Over Atlantic Interview Remarks

JAFFA, Israel – A top Kuwaiti official has made unusually harsh remarks about President Barack Obama ahead of his visit to the Gulf region. In addition to other Arab officials, Tamer Alsabah, the head of Kuwait’s national security agency, criticized Obama for

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Saudi Twitterati Lash Out At Obama Following Comments Critical Of Kingdom

U.S. President Barack Obama’s interview in The Atlantic magazine earlier this month has sent shockwaves across Saudi social media. In an interview with Jeffrey Goldberg published last week, Obama raised questions about Riyadh’s links to terrorist groups that have destabilized the Middle East.

U.S. President Barack Obama delivers remarks during a reception for Women's History Month in the East Room of the White House March 16, 2016 in Washington, DC. The month-long celebration of women's history in the United States began as 'WomenÕs History Week' after legislation was passed by Congress in 1981.