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Eyeing China, Australia joins ‘quad’ drill with US, Japan, India

WorldNews Tuesday, 20 October 2020
Eyeing China, Australia joins ‘quad’ drill with US, Japan, IndiaSydney: Australia will take part in a large-scale military drill off the coast of India next month that will bring together a quartet of countries concerned by rising Chinese influence. India, Japan, the United States and - for the first time since 2007 - Australia will take part in this November’s Malabar naval exercise, a...
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In fresh developments on India's border stand-off with China, a PLA soldier was found straying across along the Line of Actual Control. Identified as Corporal Wang, the army said the soldier will be released after due procedure. Meanwhile, Australia has formally agreed to part of the alliance with...

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