World China rebukes Australian over 'hysteria'

11:02  06 december  2017
11:02  06 december  2017 Source:   BBC News

Russian military chief criticizes U.S., Japan and South Korea drills

  Russian military chief criticizes U.S., Japan and South Korea drills Russia's military chief warned on Monday that military exercises by Japan, the United States and South Korea aimed at countering North Korea only raise hysteria and create more instability in the region. Russian Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces General Valery Gerasimov, issued his warning in Tokyo as the United States, Japan and South Korea began a two-day exercise to practice tracking missiles amid rising tension over North Korea's weapons programs.

The embassy accused some officials of "irresponsible remarks" and local media of fabricating "anti- China hysteria ". An Australian senator was demoted last week for defying his party's official position on the South China Sea dispute. It followed scrutiny over his links to a Chinese businessman.

Website Disabled.

Australian leader Malcolm Turnbull and Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping in China last year © Getty Images Australian leader Malcolm Turnbull and Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping in China last year China's embassy in Canberra has sharply criticised Australian politicians and media outlets, saying they have damaged trust between the two nations.

The embassy accused some officials of "irresponsible remarks" and local media of fabricating "anti-China hysteria".

On Tuesday, Australia unveiled sweeping proposals designed to prevent foreign interference in local politics.

China denied that it had engaged in such behaviour and urged Australia to act in a "fair and rational manner".

Flake donates to Alabama Democrat Doug Jones' Senate campaign

  Flake donates to Alabama Democrat Doug Jones' Senate campaign Flake tweeted a photo of the $100 check he sent to Democrat Doug Jones, who is running against Roy Moore for SenatePresident Trump may have thrown his support to GOP Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, but another Republican, Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake, made it clear he does not think Moore should be elected to fill Jeff Sessions' former seat. He wrote a $100 check to Moore's opponent, Democrat Doug Jones, and tweeted a photo, with a simple caption, "Country over Party.

blog 'rebeccabarnes.blogdetik.com' is not exists. Over the Top With the Third Australian Division eBook.

The Walls of China (Lunette).

"China has no intention to interfere in Australia's internal affairs or exert influence on its political process through political donations," said the statement, attributed to an embassy spokesperson.

A day earlier, Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull noted "disturbing reports about Chinese influence" in announcing a crackdown on foreign interference, but stressed the changes were not aimed at one country.

He said the proposed laws would better police foreign political donations, espionage, counter-intelligence.

Recent discussion about possible Chinese influence has spanned many aspects of Australian society, including politics, education and publishing.

'Cold War mentality'

China's embassy statement said recent news reports had made false accusations about its government, and vilified Chinese students.

Australia's first gay divorce planned under same-sex marriage laws

  Australia's first gay divorce planned under same-sex marriage laws <p>Australia is set for its first gay divorce days after a historic marriage equality law came into effect, with lawyers preparing to file papers for a woman caught in legal limbo after marrying at a foreign consulate.</p>Following a parliamentary vote in favour of a landmark gay marriage bill last week, couples wanting to wed were able to begin lodging their notice to marry on Saturday, while those married overseas saw their unions recognised in Australian law -- opening the way for divorce.

On the way to The New Indian Express. Click here if loading long time.

blog 'christopherhood.blogdetik.com' is not exists. China Safety, Fire Protection Metal Products Mfg. Industry Profile - CIC3453

"Those reports, which were made up out of thin air and filled with Cold War mentality and ideological bias, reflected a typical anti-China hysteria and paranoi[a]," it said.

The statement did not name specific reports. The embassy has previously been critical of an investigation by the Australian Broadcasting Corp and Fairfax Media that alleged students had been monitored for dissident behaviour.

In October, high-ranking Australian intelligence and government officials warned universities to be vigilant about the stifling of debate on campuses - remarks widely interpreted to be directed at China.

An Australian senator was demoted last week for defying his party's official position on the South China Sea dispute. It followed scrutiny over his links to a Chinese businessman.

Google is opening an artificial intelligence center in China .
Despite many of its services being blocked in China, Google has chosen Beijing for its first AI research center in Asia."The science of AI has no borders, neither do its benefits," Fei-Fei Li, chief scientist at Google's AI business, said in a blog post Wednesday announcing the new center.

Source: http://us.pressfrom.com/news/world/-104536-china-rebukes-australian-over-hysteria/

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

This is interesting!