The classification makes it illegal for anyone to be a member of all Hezbollah entities, which "pose a real and credible" threat to Australia.
French Ambassador to Australia Jean-Pierre Thebault denies media reports that France was lobbying the EU not to sign a trade deal with Australia that has been under negotiation since 2018.
Prime Minister Morrison says he understood the French government's "disappointment" but said he had raised issues with the deal "some months ago", as had other Australian government ministers.
First international touring show by London's National Gallery was put on hold for a year, due to Covid-19, but now the artwork will be shown in a whole new light.
The wild weather system pounding New South Wales (NSW) over the last three days was expected to gather more strength in the next 24 hours due to the combination of a tropical low over northern Western Australia and a coastal trough off the east.
A dual national was arrested near the Syrian border with her two children and identified as a Daesh member. NZ PM Ardern urged Australia to consider the welfare of the children who were "born in a conflict zone through no fault of their own".
The tech giant has been striking deals with publishers that will provide news for its News Showcase, showing Australia its proposal to force Google and Facebook to pay local news companies for content was unnecessary.
Google Australia Managing Director says if the current draft media laws went ahead unchanged it would be "the worst-case scenario" and force the firm to block Australians.
China says its move comes in response to "substantive harm caused to the relevant domestic wine industry" while Australia expresses disappointment over new tariffs on its wine.
The stalled release of prisoners has delayed talks between Afghanistan's government and the militant group but negotiations are expected to begin once the inmate impasse is overcome.
Rolling, global protests reflect rising anger over police treatment of ethnic minorities, sparked by George Floyd's killing in Minneapolis after a police officer detaining him knelt on his neck for nearly nine minutes as fellow officers stood by.
Tariffs on barley, which will remain in place for five years, are latest agricultural commodity to be affected by deteriorating ties between Canberra and Beijing.
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