With fears rising that North Korea might return to its old trickery, US Vice President Mike Pence has warned Kim not to ‘play’ President Trump if they meet at a proposed 12 June summit.
It’s been a nightmare of a fortnight for former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak. After losing the election on 9 May, Malaysian police have raided Razak’s home, days after he was barred from leaving the country.
In Australia, our newspapers criticise and oppose the government on a daily basis. However, apparently in Thailand, it’s a no-no to criticise the government too harshly. Even if you’re writing the criticism in a foreign language.
Fake news is spreading across social media in New Zealand, targeting Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s partner, Clarke Gayford. New Zealand’s police force has been forced to clear Gayford’s name, after a slew of fake rumours about the television presenter were published on social media.
As the publishers of a daily news service, The Australian Tribune is well aware that typos and other mistakes occasionally manage to slip through the safety net. But the blooper that got through Tourism Fiji’s net is a whopper.