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The police said a naturalized Australian citizen tried to skirt United Nations sanctions by attempting to conduct trade deals on behalf of North Korea. [Read More]
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This week's newsletter looks at Australia's struggle to define where it stands with China, and why the debate has become so intense. [Read More]
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The men said that more than 60 refugees had been given appointments with American officials, but that President Trump's travel ban might limit who was... [Read More]
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This week's Australia Letter includes events you should attend, stories you should tell, and the difference between "chips" and "fries." [Read More]
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Vote followed referendum showing broad support. [Read More]
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Just three weeks after a national referendum showed strong support for gay marriage, Parliament followed the public's lead. [Read More]
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The government and a prominent strategist clash on whether the United States will remain dominant in Asia, and whether Australia should go it alone. [Read More]
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This week's newsletter features a contest, with international bragging rights as the prize. [Read More]
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The Papua New Guinea authorities emptied a detention center Friday, moving hundreds of holdouts to facilities that the men said were not ready. [Read More]
The authorities on Manus Island confronted hundreds of asylum seekers, destroying their possessions and demanding they leave for alternate facilities. [Read More]
This week's Australia newsletter includes additional photography and stories from Manus, and a dash of American Thanksgiving. [Read More]
More than 1,300 asylum-seekers have been dumped on Manus Island since the end of 2012 as part of Australia's contentious policy to keep migrants from... [Read More]
The New York Times sent journalists into a contested detention camp in Papua New Guinea to investigate Australia's refugee policy, and the resistance rising against... [Read More]
This week's newsletter explores what Australia's approval of same-sex marriage reveals about the country. [Read More]
More than 61 percent of voters in a nationwide mail-in survey supported the change, though the decision is up to Parliament. [Read More]
Follow the StarTribune for the news, photos and videos from the Twin Cities and beyond. [Read More]
Changing Australians' reading habits may be a challenge for Amazon. [Read More]
The online retailer is moving in. Booksellers are nervous. But disrupting Australians' reading habits might not be so easy to do. [Read More]
This week's newsletter digs into discussion and events with The New York Times in Australia. [Read More]
Australians describe their own experiences with the country's "rules over risk" mentality, asking if their country is too rigid, or too compliant. [Read More]
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