Suu Kyi was due to give a speech at Sydney's Lowy Institute on Tuesday but the institute said she had been forced to cancel as she was "not feeling well."
An Australian consumer body took Heinz to court in 2016 over packaging claims that Shredz products, which contain fruit pastes, purees and concentrate, are healthy and nutritious for young children.
No injuries or deaths have been reported and conditions are easing, but more than 100 homes have been damaged or destroyed in the ongoing fires that have also forced 700 residents to flee their homes.
Beijing is aiming to streamline regulators and ministries to cut inefficiencies while expanding the remit of the central bank to boost its policymaking powers.
The Philippines on Thursday told the UN it was withdrawing from the ICC, following the African nation of Burundi, which in October 2017 became the first country to leave.
Over 300 people have been arrested in connection with the riots in the central district of Kandy in the first state of emergency imposed in Sri Lanka since the end of a decades-long Tamil separatist war in 2009.
The law approved by Congress and signed by US President Donald Trump encourages the US to send senior officials to Taiwan to meet Taiwanese counterparts and vice versa.
China's rubber-stamp parliament unanimously handed President Xi Jinping a second term Saturday and elevated his right-hand man to the vice presidency, giving him a strong ally to consolidate power and handle US trade threats.
A suicide car bomb which exploded in Police District Nine of Kabul has killed at least three civilians and injured several others, Afghan officials say.
A recent wave of violence has sent the tropical nation into a tailspin as Sri Lanka continues to struggle with post-war reconciliation.
North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong-ho met with his Swedish counterpart Margot Wallstrom and Prime Minister Stefan Lofven amid speculation that Sweden may mediate talks between Pyongyang and Washington.
An increasing number of Filipinos are turning to costly annulments to end their marriages due to divorce being illegal in the predominantly Catholic country.
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