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China flew fighter jets into Taiwanese territory amid US visit

China reportedly flew multiple fighter jets across the middle of the Taiwan Strait on Monday, in objection to a visit between Taiwan officials and the US health chief, Alex Azar. China publicly promised retaliation to the exchange, which saw the highest-level US official visit the island nation in four decades, and condemned the visit as

US lifts global travel ban

The Trump administration has lifted the blanket Level 4 ‘do not travel’ ban in the US, first implemented on 19 March, instead returning to ‘country specific’ bans that take into account the threat to public safety posed by each country individually. The decision was made by the US State Department, reportedly in consultation with the

FAA reveals proposed changes for 737 MAX

The proposal address the issues raised by the manoeuvring characteristics augmentation system (MCAS), which were at the heart of two fatal crashes.

Thursday travel bans latest: US-Canada border closes, NZ follows Australia

The US has announced it will be temporarily closing its border with Canada in an apparent mutual decision aimed at slowing the spread of the Coronavirus.

Exercise Talisman Sabre formally launched on USS Ronald Reagan

Australia and the United States formally kicked off Exercise Talisman Sabre 2019 on board USS Ronald Reagan in Brisbane on Sunday July 7.


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