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Aust targets terrorist encryption: Bishop

Julie Bishop has used a United Nations speech to thank Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, Google and YouTube for their help in identifying terrorists online.
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Julie Bishop meets 'charming, delightful' Ivanka Trump

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has met with Ivanka Trump and hopes to work with the daughter of, and senior adviser to, US President Donald Trump on regional programs to promote women's rights and to..
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News video: Greens Say Australia Should Accept 20,000 Rohingya Refugees

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Australian Greens Senator Nick McKim has called for Australia 11 to provide up to 20,000 places for Rohingya refugees fleeing violence in Myanmar.On Saturday, September 9, Foreign Affairs Minister..
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News video: Australia Backs Further Sanctions on North Korea

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The United Nations voted unanimously to impose further sanctions on North Korea on Monday, September 11, over the threat posed by the country’s missile and nuclear programs.Foreign Minister Julie..
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News video: Australia defends spy chief’s ‘fist’ salute with Philippines leader

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Australia’s spy chief Nick Warner has been attacked for making a clenched fist when taking a picture this week with the controversial Philippines president. Rodrigo Duterte used the pose throughout..
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News video: Julie Bishop: Opposition 'Colluded' with New Zealand to Oust Deputy PM

Julie Bishop: Opposition 'Colluded' with New Zealand to Oust Deputy PM 03:44

Foreign Affairs minister Julie Bishop accused the Labor Party on August 15 of colluding with New Zealand to reveal that the Deputy Prime Minister held New Zealand citizenship.The Australian Government..
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News video: Australian Minister Bishop Says Slow Growth Poses Risks

Australian Minister Bishop Says Slow Growth Poses Risks

Aug.06 -- Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop discusses the risks to global stability and talks about North Korea's UN sanctions. She speaks with Bloomberg's Haslinda Amin on "Bloomberg Daybreak:..
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Bishop offers Mexico Aust help after quake

Julie Bishop has offered Australia's condolences to her Mexican counterpart after the 7.1 earthquake.
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Bishop front row to Trump's fiery speech

Julie Bishop will attempt to shore up Australia's bid for a seat on the UN Human Rights Council.
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Bishop sidesteps Trump's Rocket Man jibe

Julie Bishop is open to hitting North Korea with harsher sanctions if they were needed to force the regime to the negotiating table.
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International pressure mounts on Myanmar

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has sat down with her counterparts on the sidelines of the United Nations to discuss the situation for Rohingya Muslims.
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Julie Bishop vows further United Nations pressure on North Korea

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has said "further pressure" will be brought on North Korea through United Nations sanctions, effectively brushing aside Trump administration remarks that the UN route has..
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Bishop defends Indo-Pacific navy exercise

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says an Australian navy exercise in the Indo-Pacific has been planned for some time.
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Trump wants to make UN great - not again

Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop had a front row seat for US President Donald Trump's first address to the UN
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Trump to steal show at UN leaders week

Julie Bishop is representing Australia at UN leaders week with the North Korean nuclear threat and Rohinyga refugee crisis set to dominate the agenda.
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Bishop chases UN council bid in New York

Australian foreign minister Julie Bishop will depart for New York on Saturday to attend a gathering of world leaders hosted by the United Nations.
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North Korean threats 'par for the course'

North Korea has stepped up its rhetoric following the latest sanctions imposed on the regime but Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says that's "par for the course".
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Australia commits $5 million to Rohingya crisis

Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop says Australia will provide up to $5 million to help respond to the humanitarian crisis in Myanmar and Bangladesh.
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Australia and Japan united on North Korea

The Australia-Japan relationship is key in confronting regional problems, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has stressed at a university event on Wednesday.
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'Not about troops on the ground': Foreign Minister Bishop downplays assistance in Marawi battle

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has downplayed reports Australia will send special forces troops to help the Philippines fight Islamic State militants.
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Bishop downplays Philippines assistance

Julie Bishop says it is too early to speculate what support Australia will give the Philippines to fight against Islamic State militants.
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Julie Bishop places faith and hope in sanctions as North Korean tensions escalate

US President Donald Trump has promised "all options are on the table" when it comes to dealing with North Korea, but Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has placed Australia's faith in economic sanctions..
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Bishop not giving up deterring North Korea

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop believes the toughest sanctions against North Korea will soon bite after the rogue nation's latest missile launch.
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Praise for possible next US ambassador

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop would welcome the appointment of America's top military commander in the Asia-Pacific as the next ambassador to Australia.
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Chinese men who arrived by boat deported from Australia, Bishop confirms

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has confirmed a boatload of Chinese men and their alleged Papua New Guinean people smuggler have been intercepted and sent back.
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