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EU trade commissioner says trade liberalization has momentum

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — European Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom says trade liberalization continues to have global momentum despite recent U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum..
New Zealand Herald Also reported by •SeattlePI.com

Question time in federal parliament

What we learned, heard and were amused by in question time on Monday.
SBS

Videos for Parliament

News video: Italy's Refusal To Allow Migrant Ship To Dock Represents EU Divide

Italy's Refusal To Allow Migrant Ship To Dock Represents EU Divide 00:41

According to a report by CNN, Interior Minister Matteo Salvini's refusal to allow the Aquarius, a vessel carrying more than 600 migrants, to dock in Italy on Sunday has made international headlines,..
Source: Wochit News -

News video: Taliban Enter Afghan Cities Unchecked Amid Ceasefire

Taliban Enter Afghan Cities Unchecked Amid Ceasefire 00:48

On Sunday, Taliban militants poured into cities across Afghanistan as they celebrated the Eid ceasefire, raising concerns about what happens after the ceasefire ends at midnight. According to a report..
Source: Wochit -

News video: UK PM May Says Need to Ensure Parliament Does Not Overturn Brexit

UK PM May Says Need to Ensure Parliament Does Not Overturn Brexit 00:27

According to Reuters, British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Sunday it was important to ensure that parliament could not block Brexit. The Prime Ministed defended her approach to passing the..
Source: Wochit -

News video: Protests on the Greece-Macedonia border as Macedonia changes its name

Protests on the Greece-Macedonia border as Macedonia changes its name 01:19

Police fire tear gas at protesters gathered at the Greece-Macedonia border on Sunday (June 17) as foreign ministers from both nations signed an accord to rename the former Yugoslav republic the..
Source: Reuters Studio -

News video: Greek PM Tsipras survives no confidence vote over Macedonia deal

Greek PM Tsipras survives no confidence vote over Macedonia deal 02:29

Greek MPs reject censure motion brought by the main opposition party over a deal to change the name of Macedonia.
Source: Al Jazeera STUDIO -

 

Religion And Democracy In Pakistan – OpEd

Since 9/11, there has been a furious debate on the relationship between Islam and democracy. Many people have written on the issue. “To put it briefly, the significant democratic progress in..
Eurasia Review

The NHS will be kept alive by tax rises, not a fantasy Brexit dividend

the nhs will be kept alive by tax rises, not a fantasy brexit dividend
David Cameron said that his priority for government could be explained “in three letters: NHS.” That was in 2006. Four years later, his 2010 election campaign was built around a claim that he would..
City A.M.

May back in the breach as Brexit battles resume

LONDON - The British government faces another nerve-rattling test this week as its flagship Brexit legislation is picked over once again by a restive parliament.
Bangkok Post

Givealitttle page for filmmaker's legal fees in defamation battle vs Sir Bob Jones

New Zealanders are crowdfunding to help pay for a Māori filmmaker's legal fees as she faces a defamation suit from Sir Bob Jones.The court proceedings were in response to a petition submitted to..
New Zealand Herald

The SNP will fight tooth and nail to protect devolution despite Tory power grab

the snp will fight tooth and nail to protect devolution despite tory power grab
Our columnist Mhairi Black says it is outrageous for the Tories to simply ignore the Scottish Parliament.
Daily Record

Lebanon: Hezbollah Claims 20-Seat Parliamentary Majority – OpEd

On June 11, 2018, Gen. Solemani Iran’s Islamic Al Quds Force claimed that “Hezbollah now controls 74 out of parliament’s 128 seats and Hezbollah (Iran) now controls Lebanon’s Parliament. His..
Eurasia Review

British PM May's Brexit plans set for defeat, teeing up Wednesday showdown

LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plans face rejection by parliament's upper chamber on Monday, setting the stage for a high-stakes confrontation with rebel lawmakers later in the..
Reuters India Also reported by •Reuters

Pushing Huawei Out: Australia, The Solomon Islands And The Internet – OpEd

Be wary of the Chinese technological behemoth, goes the current cry from many circles in Australia’s parliament. Cybersecurity issues are at stake, and the eyes of Beijing are getting beadier by the..
Eurasia Review

ABC will always be in public hands: PM

Malcolm Turnbull has made a personal commitment the ABC will remain in public hands, then voted down a federal opposition motion binding parliament to do so.
SBS

Jail time for 'Mediscare' campaign tactics

Legislation has passed parliament to make impersonating a Commonwealth agency illegal in response to Labor's 'Mediscare' campaign in 2016.
SBS

Women with endometriosis told 'suck it up'

Women suffering from endometriosis are being told to "suck it up" because period pain is part of being a woman, federal parliament has been told.
SBS

Parliament sprinklers interrupt Clive Palmer’s launch as Burston joins party

Former One Nation senator Brian Burston has joined Clive Palmer's United Australia Party.
SBS

The EU's ‘carpet bomb’ copyright law heads to Brussels, as backlash mounts

the eu's ‘carpet bomb’ copyright law heads to brussels, as backlash mounts
The European Union's proposed Copyright Directive will be heading to a vote in the European parliament on 20 June, as pressure mounts from tech giants and data rights groups to fight its supposedly..
City A.M.

Pakistan: Will The Tail Wag The Dog? – Analysis

By Ajit Kumar Singh* For decades now, the Pakistan establishment, including both political parties and the military leadership in pursuit of their own agendas, have propped up and exploited Islamist..
Eurasia Review

Top Spanish Fisheries Advocate to Speak at SeaWeb Seafood Summit 2018

Javier Garat, a leading advocate for Spanish fisheries interests around the world, will give the opening address at the SeaWeb Seafood Summit, taking place June 18-21 at Hotel Arts..
PRWeb

Barry Soper: The soon to be Mr Prime Minister knows best

barry soper: the soon to be mr prime minister knows best
For the next six weeks or so Winston Peters will be able to be the man he is with the job he's coveted for so long. When he rises in Parliament's bear pit to answer a question on behalf of the real..
New Zealand Herald

Heathrow could be facing tough times ahead amid High Court claim

heathrow could be facing tough times ahead amid high court claim
A legal battle surrounding Heathrow has been launched by hotel tycoon Surinder Arora following disputes around a potential multi-storey car park. In a High Court claim which might have profound..
City A.M.

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