Chinese President Xi Jinping tells his US counterpart Joe Biden that the world was big enough for their two countries to prosper and compete, while warning Washington against crossing "red line" on Taiwan.
After over 40 years of population control policies in China, the country faces demographic challenges as new births are set to fall to record lows this year and the aging population is expected to rapidly grow.
US President Joe Biden held talks with allies Japan and South Korea as fears mount North Korea would soon conduct its seventh nuclear test amid a record-breaking recent spate of missile tests.
Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov criticised Biden's Indo-Pacific strategy at the conclusion of the ASEAN summit, saying the US is attempting to bypass "inclusive structures" for regional co-operation.
England held Pakistan to 137-8 in front of a partisan 80,462 fans at a heaving Melbourne Cricket Ground.
The fund is targeted at low to middle-income countries to finance efforts like surveillance, research and better access to vaccines.
Home Minister Clare O'Neil says Canberra plans to look at outlawing ransom payments to cyber criminals, after hackers, allegedly based in Russia, demanded $10 million to stop leaking data of almost a million Australians, including PM Albanese.
Erdogan will hold meetings with world leaders during the summit in Bali and will also meet his Indonesian counterpart Joko Widodo to discuss bilateral ties, says Turkish Communications Directorate.
US President Joe Biden, who is on a whirlwind trip with stops at the COP27 climate summit in Egypt, ASEAN in Phnom Penh and the G20 summit in Indonesia, referred to Cambodia as Colombia.
The indictments follow an investigation launched after images posted on social media networks showed a group of protesters assaulting Basij member Ruhollah Ajamian.
"Indiscriminate attacks on civilians are horrendous and heartbreaking," UN chief Guterres said following an ASEAN-UN meeting, drawing attention to the “dramatic violations of human rights” in the country.
Supreme Court releases six people based on their "satisfactory conduct" in prison, after decades of imprisonment for the 1991 assassination carried out by Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, a Sri Lankan armed separatist group.
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