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David Icke, accused of anti-Semitism, denied Australian visa

Feb 20, 2019

British author and broadcaster David Icke, who critics accuse of anti-Semitism and of being a conspiracy theorist, has had his Australian visa canceled ahead of a speaking tour

Thai princess' political bid sunk by her brother, the king

Feb 8, 2019

Thai politics took two astonishing turns when the king's sister sought to make a historic bid to become prime minister, only to have her brother later shut down her effort because it the constitution, which bars the monarchy from politics

Thai princess finds tumult in politics, like life

Feb 8, 2019

The Thai princess who tried to buck tradition to jump into the political arena has always been a bit of a rebel. She has had a fair share of tumult in her life, and her bid to become prime minister is the latest

2 South Koreans arrested in Croatia trying to smuggle eels

Feb 7, 2019

Croatian police say 2 South Korean citizens have been arrested after trying to smuggle about 252,000 live eels out of the country

Australia says last child refugees to leave Nauru camp

Feb 3, 2019

Australia has announced that the last child refugees held on the Pacific atoll of Nauru will soon be sent to the United States, ending the banishment of children under the government's harsh asylum-seeker policy

2 divers win Australian award for Thai cave rescue

Jan 25, 2019

Two amateur divers who canceled their vacation plans for what they thought was a hopeless mission to rescue 12 boys and their soccer coach from a flooded cave in Thailand have been named winners of one of Australia's most prestigious awards

Thai military chief urges loyalty ahead of expected election

Jan 18, 2019

Thailand's military has held its annual Armed Forces Day parade as the country prepares for expected elections more than four years after soldiers overthrew an elected government

Police find body of German tourist in Australian Outback

Jan 17, 2019

Police say the body of a 62-year-old German tourist has been was found beneath a tree in the searing heat of the central Australia Outback eight days after she was reported missing

Trump's Cuba policy hurts private sector, new figures say

Jan 15, 2019

New Cuban government statistics say President Donald Trump's Cuba policy is driving hundreds of millions of dollars from the island's private entrepreneurs to its military-controlled tourism sector, the opposite of its supposed goal

The Latest: Tomic critical of Hewitt after Aussie Open match

Jan 14, 2019

Bernard Tomic has continued his criticism of Australian Davis Cup captain Lleyton Hewitt, saying Hewitt is causing division among the players and should be replaced

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