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Sri Lanka attacks are part of a rising trend of religious violence in Asia

Sri Lanka attacks are part of a rising trend of religious violence in Asia

From Sri Lanka to Pakistan to Indonesia, this is far from an isolated event.

Millions pledged to aid restoration of Notre Dame

Millions pledged to aid restoration of Notre Dame

Good morning, early birds. Millions of euros have already been pledged in the wake of yesterday's Notre Dame cathedral fire, and the Coalition's Climate Solutions Fund reportedly has "integrity issues". It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods

West Papua is this generation’s Timor-Leste

West Papua is this generation’s Timor-Leste

Will Australia ultimately intervene in West Papua like it did in Timor-Leste? Or will the government turn a blind eye in favour of its recent free trade deal with Indonesia?

Australia and Indonesia set to sign landmark free trade deal

Australia and Indonesia set to sign landmark free trade deal

Good morning, early birds. Australia and Indonesia are today expected to sign a far-reaching and much delayed free trade deal, and Labor announces it will target "cronyism" amongst the government's diplomatic appointments. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Elections to watch around the world in 2019

Elections to watch around the world in 2019

The top 10 elections to watch this year.

Can Morrison turn Jerusalem into a total debacle? He’s giving it a red-hot go

Can Morrison turn Jerusalem into a total debacle? He’s giving it a red-hot go

Scott Morrison's Jerusalem ploy during the Wentworth byelection was a stunt gone badly wrong — now he's trying to turn it into a full-blown disaster.

West Papua is in turmoil

West Papua is in turmoil

Last Saturday marked widespread protests across Indonesia by West Papuan students and other activists.

Labor mixes up its Indias and Indonesias

Labor mixes up its Indias and Indonesias

Labor mixes up its extremely important trade partners, Brian Burston beats his old boss Pauline Hanson on power station trivia, and new conservative activist group Advance Australia really knows how to use social media.

Confused, contradictory, incompetent: Morrison and Co just aren’t up to it

Confused, contradictory, incompetent: Morrison and Co just aren’t up to it

The Morrison government is stuffing up everything it touches, domestically and diplomatically.

Ciobo privately walks back Israeli embassy move

Ciobo privately walks back Israeli embassy move

Good morning, early birds. Defence Industry Minister Steven Ciobo has privately downplayed the chances of an Israeli embassy move, more than 100 government bodies have sought citizen metadata, and a catatonic refugee has been evacuated from Manus. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.