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The two have heaped praise on each other and now Scott Morrison will get a rare state dinner.
A senior officer has admitted that Hong Kong police are struggling to deal with months of protests.
Police say mining giant Vale and German auditor Tüv Süd used falsified documents to certify the dam.
Kotaro Matsushima scores a hat-trick as hosts Japan begin the 2019 Rugby World Cup with victory against Russia in the tournament's opening game.
Angela Merkel's government agrees to cut CO2 emissions faster, but protesters say it is not enough.
A mystery illness that has blighted diplomats in Havana may have been due to fumigation, a study says.
Bill de Blasio says it's "clearly not my time" as he drops out of the 2020 election campaign.
The country's film censorship board decrees that Hustlers is "not suitable for public screening".
The fisherman was one of six injured while resisting arrest, a Russian border official says.
Protesters demand "an end to the age of fossil fuels and climate justice for everyone".
Action Against Hunger denies accusations that it is supplying "food and drugs" to Boko Haram.
Student Gina Hale is one of the protesters taking part in the day of climate action.
Taiwan says Beijing is using "dollar diplomacy" to poach one of its last remaining allies.
The influencer has compensated the family of a dead 14-year-old girl - but denied responsibility.
Colt suspends the production of sporting rifles including the AR-15, used in several US mass shootings
Gulalai Ismail is accused of "anti-state activities" and is now in New York seeking asylum.
Amazon and Google are among global firms setting out new green energy plans as climate pressure rises.
Peter Kallang has been awarded a top prize for stopping a mega-dam being built in Borneo.
F1 returns to Singapore this weekend - just as the city sees its worst air quality in three years.
The pair tried to blow up an Eithad flight with a bomb hidden inside a meat grinder, a court finds.