Australia PM hails ‘new start’ in ties with France
This follows an acrimonious row between the countries over a submarine contract last year.
Australia agrees payout, ending France submarine spat
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says the French firm has agreed to a 'fair and an equitable settlement' of US$584 million for Australia ending a decade-old multi-billion-dollar submarine contract.
Australia lashes out after US nuclear subs plan revealed
Australia Defence Minister Richard Marles says the comments are 'loose' and undermine the Aukus agreement sealed in September last year.
US Navy engineer admits trying to sell nuclear sub secrets
In exchange for his guilty plea, Jonathan Toebbe is expected to be sentenced to between 12.5 to 17.5 years in prison.
Former US Navy engineer to face judge in submarine espionage case
Jonathan Toebbe and his wife, Diana, were arrested on Saturday in West Virginia following a year-long sting operation by undercover FBI agents.
US couple arrested for selling nuclear warship information
Jonathan Toebbe with access to restricted data on nuclear-powered warships, collaborated with his wife to exchange data on submarine nuclear reactors for around US$100,000 in cryptocurrency.
From search and rescue to salvage effort for Indonesian submarine
Authorities have not given an official explanation for the accident, but said that the submarine may have suffered a blackout and left its crew unable to resurface.