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  • Julie Bishop warns Donald Trump and the US on Iran deal

    28 October 2017 1:16 PM 15

    JULIE Bishop has reportedly told the US that scraping the Iran nuclear deal would risk it losing credibility to strike a deal with North Korea. Speaking to Fairfax Media, Ms Bishop said she discussed the issue with US officials, including Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, when she was in the US last month after Iran raised the issue of America’s credibility

  • First charges filed in U.S. special counsel's Russia investigation: source

    28 October 2017 11:58 AM 11

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A federal grand jury on Friday approved the first charges in the investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, a source briefed on the matter told Reuters. The indictment was sealed under orders from a federal judge so it was not clear what the charges were or who the target was, the source

  • Spain sacks Catalan police chief

    28 October 2017 10:41 AM 11

    Spain has sacked the chief of Catalonia's regional police force, Josep Lluis Trapero, as the government in Madrid takes control of the autonomous region to block its push for independence. Madrid dismissed the Catalan government, took over the administration and called a new election after the region's parliament declared independence on Friday

  • US election: First charges reportedly filed in Robert Mueller's Russia meddling probe

    28 October 2017 5:43 AM 15

    A federal grand jury has reportedly approved the first charges in the investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 US presidential election. The indictment was sealed under orders from a federal judge, but has been reported by US media outlets citing sources who said they had been briefed on the matter. It was not clear what the charges were or who the target

  • Catalans under direct control of Madrid as Spain's PM seeks to quash secession

    28 October 2017 5:25 AM 42

    Catalonia woke up Saturday under the direct control of Madrid as the Spanish prime minister took drastic measures to quash secession, deposing the region's leaders and dissolving its parliament hours after lawmakers declared independence. In a dramatic escalation of a political crisis that has stoked alarm in Europe and sent shockwaves through Spain

  • Former US president Barack Obama called for jury duty in Chicago

    28 October 2017 5:10 AM 8

    Former US president Barack Obama will serve jury duty in Chicago, a county judge has said. The 44th president has been called to serve as a juror at a Cook County court in November. Cook County Chief Judge Tim Evans told county commissioners during a budget hearing that Mr Obama, who owns homes in Washington DC and Chicago's Kenwood neighbourhood, will serve

  • Women rescued by US Navy after five months at sea with their dogs describe ordeal

    28 October 2017 4:12 AM 12

    Two US women rescued after spending five months adrift at sea have spoken about their ordeal, saying they "were just incredibly lucky" to survive. The women from Honolulu had been sailing from Hawaii to Tahiti when their engine broke down in bad weather in late May, and believed they could finish their journey using their sails. Ms Appel, who had been sailing

  • First charges filed in Robert Mueller investigation into Russian interference in US election

    28 October 2017 12:57 AM 30

    THE first charges in the investigation into Russian interference in last year’s US presidential election have reportedly been approved by a grand jury. CNN reports that the first charges in the investigation being led by Robert Mueller were approved by a grand jury in Washington DC on Friday. Although the exact nature of the charges is unknown, CNN reported

  • Catalonia votes to split from Spain

    27 October 2017 11:34 PM 48

    SPAIN has sacked the Catalan government and called a snap election after the region’s parliament voted in favour of becoming a republic. Mr Rajoy called an emergency Cabinet meeting and used its new powers to immediately dismiss the Catalan regional government and curtail the powers of its parliament in Barcelona. A majority of senators gave Mr Rajoy

  • Spain sacks Catalan government after vote

    27 October 2017 11:34 PM 20

    Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy says a new regional election will be held in Catalonia on December 21 after sacking its president and government. A new regional election will be held in Catalonia on December 21, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said in a televised address on a day of high drama. As well as removing Carles Puigdemont as head of the autonomous