Annalena Baerbock’s trip was designed to deepen Germany and Australia’s collaboration in supporting Ukraine and in dealing with China.
- by Latika Bourke
Last year, Britain’s domestic spy chief said more than 400 suspected Russian spies had been expelled from Europe.
Asked about the vote, Mexico’s president said inflation and economic crises “always benefit the right and conservatism”. He then mentioned Adolf Hitler.
- by Daniel Politi
Baerbock’s aircraft is the same one that was forced to turn back to Cologne with former chancellor Angela Merkel on board on her way to a Group of 20 summit in Buenos Aires in late 2018.
- by Kamil Kowalcze and Siddharth Philip
In updated travel advice, Britain’s foreign ministry said Swedish authorities had successfully disrupted some planned attacks and made arrests.
- by Andrew MacAskill
William Lai, front-runner to be Taiwan’s next president, has called himself a “practical worker for Taiwan independence” but insists he is not seeking to change the status quo.
- by Reuters
The US ambassador says Australia will be able to count on the US as a reliable ally, even if Donald Trump is elected president a second time.
- by Peter Hartcher and Matthew Knott
It has already deprived Bazoum of food, water and electricity in captivity. Now it is furious at neighbouring countries’ “stand-by force” declaration.
- by Sam Mednick and Chinedu Asadu
Moscow has launched its first moon-landing spacecraft in 47 years. There’s a lot riding on it.
- by Guy Faulconbridge and Joey Roulette
Six Colombian nationals with gang links have been arrested over the assassination of Ecuadorean presidential candidate Fernando Villavicencio.
- by Alexandra Valencia