Hello Australia!! - Modi puts India opposite of Trump on the Paris deal - Philippine officials release video of the casino siege - One of the world's biggest rock festivals is back on after a terrorism scare - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Strong, foul, and diplomatic words for Trump after he pulls the US out of the Paris agreement - Police evacuate a giant rock festival because of a "concrete" terror threat - Ireland is about to make history with a new leader - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Philippine police are leaning against terrorism as a motive for the siege at the Resorts World Manila hotel and casino complex.  Authorities found the bodies of 36 people in the aftermath.

Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein sent his first-ever tweet, and it was to condemn Donald Trump for pulling the US out of the Paris Climate deal to slow the pace of man-made global warming.  He was just one of many business luminaries to criticize Trump.

Good Morning Australia!! - Trump pulls the US out of the Paris Climate deal - A macabre discovery compounds a troubled nation's bitterness - Chaos and gunplay at the casino - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Companies from China and Europe are among the ten consortiums that have pre-qualified to bid on a project to bore a landmark US$1.5 Billion tunnel under the Andes mountains to connect Argentina and Chile.

California Governor Jerry Brown says like-minded US states should band together to act on climate change if Donald Trump does indeed pull the US out of the Paris Climate deal.

Good Morning Australia!! - Europe and China will lead the world where Trump intends to fail - Scary moments and a bomb threat on a flight out of Melbourne - A comic's Trump "joke" might just have gone too far - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

When man-made Global Warming starts to have a big impact on the economy, a new study says cities will be hit the hardest.

Environmentalists and villagers in The Gambia are accusing a Chinese company of poisoning the coastline of a wildlife reserve.

China has arrested a labor activist who was in the country investigating conditions at the plant that makes the shoes for the clothing line belonging to Ivanka Trump, daughter of Donald Trump.  Two other activists are missing.

Good Morning Australia!! - An Australia child is killed in Iraq - World leaders mock Trump in a funny photo - The dictator who paid dearly for crossing the CIA is dead - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Researchers say an analysis of the malware used in the WannaCry malware attack earlier this month suggests a Chinese connection.

Good Morning Australia!! - Trump stays relatively silent as the Western Alliance shakes and rattles - Golf legend Tiger Woods gets arrested - Canada extends a controversial invitation to the Pope - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Black Lung Disease reappeared among Queensland coal miners because of a "catastrophic failure" in the regulatory system designed to protect the health and safety of workers.

The Heart of Australia mobile cardiology clinic will bring specialty care to more towns in the Outback thanks to an anonymous donor's million dollar gift.

Queensland officials are still working out the full impact of coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef, but the evidence suggests that 2016 was worse than expected.

Good Morning Australia!! - Merkel makes a startling announcement about the world's future with Trump - Washington nervously waits for more Russian shoes to drop - Is South Africa's embattled leader planning on fleeing the country? - A call for universal health care from pole to pole - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - A global IT failure grounds one of the world's biggest airlines - Shappelle Corby has ended her Indonesian nightmare - The G7 blames it on Trump - Rock loses another legendary voice - And much more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Hillary zings Trump - Corbyn steps into controversy over Manchester - The Philippines admits why the fight on Mindanao is tougher than expected - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

With seemingly no provocation, Donald Trump went into a closed door meeting with European officials and reportedly said the Germans are "very, very bad" and started a ruckus over German cars sold in the US.