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· Witness K and the Australian spying operation that continues to betray Timor-Leste →
The digital recordings were then allegedly couriered across town to the Australian embassy, and sent to Canberra for analysis.”
The New York Times
· Coronavirus Travel Restrictions and Bans Globally: Updating List →
The country’s health department on March 14 announced a 30-day suspension of “foreigners” traveling into the country from the United States, France, Germany, Italy and Spain, effective March 17, according to the U.S. Embassy in Cambodia.
· Even during pandemic beekeeping remains an essential service →
Jacques Pitteloud, the Swiss ambassador to the U.S., opens the gate to the embassy grounds.
· Exclusive: India asks court to stymie potential challenge to Chinese app ban →
India's IT ministry and the Chinese Embassy in New Delhi did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
· 'Held against our will': Dutch citizens struggle to leave Australia →
A Dutch Embassy spokeswoman said there were no restrictions on Dutch nationals returning to the Netherlands during the pandemic.
· Seattle mayor and police chief told to remedy ‘unacceptable’ arrest of Independent journalist →
UK consular staff gave assistance to Mr Buncombe on the day of his arrest, and it is understood diplomats at Britain’s Washington embassy have raised the police treatment of British journalists with the Trump administration.
· Foreign Ministry: 25 Malaysians arrive home from Nigeria →
He said the return of the group of Malaysians was facilitated by the Malaysian Embassy in Khartoum, Sudan with the costs privately borne by the passengers.