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RGIT Australia and their Students Striving for Success in the Evolving Hospitality Industry

Royal Gurkhas Institute of Technology (RGIT) Australia is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) in the heart of Melbourne and Hobarts Central Business Districts. Originally established in 2008 as Gurkhas Institute of Hospitality Management, Oakhill Education Group Australia Pty Ltd trading as RGIT Australia has gone on to expand its scope to deliver a wide range of VET courses in ...


North Korea denies chemical weapons link with Syria

North Korea denied reports it had cooperated with Syria on chemical weapons, dismissing them as a fabrication by the United States to pressure the country, state media reported late Thursday. State run KCNA news agency cited a spokesman at the foreign ministrys research institute of American studies arguing that the United States made anonsensical argument that it helped Syria produce chemical ...


North Korean leaders used Brazilian passports to apply for Western visas

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and his late father Kim Jong Il used fraudulently obtained Brazilian passports to apply for visas to visit Western countries in the 1990s, five senior Western European security sources told Reuters. While North Koreas ruling family is known to have used travel documents obtained under false pretences, there are few specific examples. The photocopies of the Brazil...


South Korea says approved visit by sanctioned North Korean to pursue peace on peninsula

South Korea said it had approved the Winter Olympic visit by a sanctioned North Korean official, blamed for the 2010 sinking of a South Korean ship that killed 46 sailors, in the pursuit of peace and asked for public understanding. Kim Yong Chol, vice-chairman of the Norths ruling Workers Partys Central Committee, will lead a high-level delegation at the closing ceremony of the Winter Olympics ...


Kim Jong Un invites South Korean president for summit: South Korea

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un invited South Korean President Moon Jae-in for talks in Pyongyang, South Korean officials said on Saturday, setting the stage for the first meeting of Korean leaders in more than 10 years. Any meeting would represent a diplomatic coup for Moon, who swept to power last year on a policy of engaging more with the reclusive North and has pushed for a diplomatic solut...


Khadgi arrested on human trafficking charge

Fight director and actor Rajendra Khadgi was arrested from Thamel in Kathmandu on Thursday on human trafficking charge. Jivan Shrestha, the spokesperson of Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) of Nepal Police, said Khadgi has been remanded to five days investigative custody. Khadgi is accused of taking 11 people to South Korea on pretexts of making a documentary and staging cultural shows. He had...


Trump, Modi discuss Afghanistan, Myanmar, Maldives, North Korea: White House

U.S. President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke by phone on Thursday, discussing topics including the political crisis in the Maldives, the war in Afghanistan and the plight of Rohingya refugees from Myanmar, the White House said. The Trump administration has launched an effort to deepen military and economic ties with India as a way to balance Chinas assertive posture...


North Korea's cheer squad, sports officials arrive in South Korea

A group of 280 North Koreans arrived in South Korea on Wednesday, one of the largest peacetime crossings of the inter-Korean border, to spur on athletes from the two Koreas at the Winter Olympics starting Friday. The delegation, made up mostly of a 229-member cheer squad, reached a border checkpoint by bus at around 0030 GMT, Seouls Unification Ministry said. In addition to the cheering squa...


U.S. warns on growing nuclear arsenals of China, Russia, North Korea

North Korea may be only months away from being able to strike the United States with a nuclear-tipped ballistic missile and its atomic weapons program must be shut down, a senior U.S. disarmament official said on Tuesday. U.S. disarmament ambassador Robert Wood, addressing the U.N.-sponsored Conference on Disarmament in Geneva, also warned that arsenals in China and Russia were expanding. Ru...


Trump will host Australian PM Turnbull at White House on February 23

U.S. President Donald Trump will meet with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull at the White House on Feb. 23, the White House said in a statement on Thursday. The president and prime minister will discuss a range of shared bilateral, regional, and global priorities, including fighting terrorism, promoting economic growth, and expanding security and defense cooperation in the Indo-Pacific...


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