China embassy accuses Australia of petty tricks in coronavirus dispute
Wednesday, 29 April 2020 China accused Australia of "petty tricks" on Wednesday in an intensifying dispute over Canberra's push for an international inquiry into the coronavirus outbreak that could affect diplomatic and economic ties between the countries.
Footage shows 16 tons of COVID-19 medical supplies donated by China to Cambodia being unloaded from a plane on Saturday (April 25).
The shipment was unloaded at the Phnom Penh International Airport to help the Southeast Asian country stop the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus...
It was supposed to be a symbol of Prime Minister Scott Morrison's command over the Australian economy on Thursday (June 4), but his press conference to announce a fourth stimulus package briefly turned comical when he and reporters were told by a local to get off his newly reseeded grass.
Australia's calls for an independent inquiry into the origins of COVID-19 is "reasonable" and not targeted at any specific country, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Wednesday. Olivia Chan reports.