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AllAfrica.com
'Eu Immigration Measures Futile' - Sudanese Civil Rights Activistspeaceful activities of citizens. He expressed surprise at the European countri
'Eu Immigration Measures Futile' - Sudanese Civil Rights Activists
AllAfrica.com / Posted 13 hours ago
peaceful activities of citizens. He expressed surprise at the European countries' financing of the construction of detention centre and isolation of the refugee camps. The activist called on the EU member countries to fight illegal... Read more
21h
Al-Ahram Weekly
The anniversary of revolutionresolve the crisis began. Brotherhood leaders, most notably Mohamed Saad Al-Kat
The anniversary of revolution
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 21 hours ago
resolve the crisis began. Brotherhood leaders, most notably Mohamed Saad Al-Katatni, head of the group’s political wing the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), refused to attend. However, representatives of all the other political forces in the country... Read more
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The Irish Times
'UK was groomed’: Irish writers throw book at Brexitan inch or two up the greasy pole. And the rest of us will pay for that, as paw
'UK was groomed’: Irish writers throw book at Brexit
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
an inch or two up the greasy pole. And the rest of us will pay for that, as pawns and prey do. We will pay for it with our freedom of movement, intellectual energy, collective moral sensibility, job security, educational opportunities and, yes... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Convicted rapist jailed over escape during crocodile park visitConvicted rapist jailed over escape from detention during crocodile park visit
Convicted rapist jailed over escape during crocodile park visit
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
Convicted rapist jailed over escape from detention during crocodile park visit A convicted rapist being held in an immigration detention centre near Darwin has been sentenced to 14 days prison for attempting to flee during an excursion to a... Read more
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The Irish Times
'Ignorant, bigoted': Irish writers respond to Brexitan inch or two up the greasy pole. And the rest of us will pay for that, as paw
'Ignorant, bigoted': Irish writers respond to Brexit
The Irish Times / Posted 4 days ago
an inch or two up the greasy pole. And the rest of us will pay for that, as pawns and prey do. We will pay for it with our freedom of movement, intellectual energy, collective moral sensibility, job security, educational opportunities and, yes... Read more
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The Irish Times
Irish writers take a red pen to Brexitan inch or two up the greasy pole. And the rest of us will pay for that, as paw
Irish writers take a red pen to Brexit
The Irish Times / Posted 4 days ago
an inch or two up the greasy pole. And the rest of us will pay for that, as pawns and prey do. We will pay for it with our freedom of movement, intellectual energy, collective moral sensibility, job security, educational opportunities and, yes... Read more
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iol.co.za
Making peace with enemy, the pastthe oppressive apartheid system or the liberation struggle; as conscripts of th
Making peace with enemy, the past
iol.co.za / Posted 5 days ago
the oppressive apartheid system or the liberation struggle; as conscripts of the South African Defence Force (SADF) or as freedom fighters of Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK). Their opposing heroic narratives will define their lives' journeys: their dreams... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Wellingtonians protest treatment of refugeestreatment of refugeesFriday, 24 June 2016, 11:34 amPress Release: Peace Action
Wellingtonians protest treatment of refugees
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 7 days ago
treatment of refugeesFriday, 24 June 2016, 11:34 amPress Release: Peace Action WellingtonAustralian High Commission under detention, 23 JuneToday, Peace Action Wellington (PAW) and around 50... Read more
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Canberra Times
Edward Snowden speaks about living in exile as America's most wanteda political incentive to control speech" online. "This leads inevitably to a c
Edward Snowden speaks about living in exile as America's most wanted
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
a political incentive to control speech" online. "This leads inevitably to a context of diminishing liberties, diminishing freedoms, because the public commons becomes more regulated over time," he said. "It's sort of a death by a thousand cuts,... Read more
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The Age
Edward Snowden speaks about living in exile as America's most wanteda political incentive to control speech" online. "This leads inevitably to a c
Edward Snowden speaks about living in exile as America's most wanted
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
a political incentive to control speech" online. "This leads inevitably to a context of diminishing liberties, diminishing freedoms, because the public commons becomes more regulated over time," he said. "It's sort of a death by a thousand cuts,... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
As election looms, far right targets small town Australiaseveral cities. But the more polished political campaign to win seats in parli
As election looms, far right targets small town Australia
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 9 days ago
several cities. But the more polished political campaign to win seats in parliament is being waged in Australia's regional centres. The often lively meetings are held in town halls, community centres and lawn bowling clubs in towns like Bathurst,... Read more
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The Star
As election looms, far right targets small town Australiaseveral cities. But the more polished political campaign to win seats in parli
As election looms, far right targets small town Australia
The Star / Posted 9 days ago
several cities. But the more polished political campaign to win seats in parliament is being waged in Australia's regional centres. The often lively meetings are held in town halls, community centres and lawn bowling clubs in towns like Bathurst,... Read more
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Swissinfo
As election looms, far right targets small town Australiaseveral cities. But the more polished political campaign to win seats in parli
As election looms, far right targets small town Australia
Swissinfo / Posted 9 days ago
several cities. But the more polished political campaign to win seats in parliament is being waged in Australia's regional centres. The often lively meetings are held in town halls, community centres and lawn bowling clubs in towns like Bathurst,... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Wellingtonians protest treatment of refugeestreatment of refugeesThursday, 23 June 2016, 8:29 amPress Release: Peace Action
Wellingtonians protest treatment of refugees
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 9 days ago
treatment of refugeesThursday, 23 June 2016, 8:29 amPress Release: Peace Action Wellington Australian High Commission under detention in Thorndon as 23rd June 2016Today, Peace Action Wellington (PAW) will... Read more
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DW
Refugees from the Horn of Africa struggle in South Africa |in their country. For most the goal is South Africa, the only country in the r
Refugees from the Horn of Africa struggle in South Africa |
DW / Posted 10 days ago
in their country. For most the goal is South Africa, the only country in the region where refugees and asylum seekers have freedom of movement and the right to work rather than being confined to camps. But as the number of migrants from the Horn of... Read more
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Manila Standard Today
Bookseller discusses ordealHONG KONG—The Hong Kong bookseller who broke his silence earlier this week abou
Bookseller discusses ordeal
Manila Standard Today / Posted 12 days ago
HONG KONG—The Hong Kong bookseller who broke his silence earlier this week about being blindfolded and interrogated in detention in China likened his ordeal to Cultural Revolution repression in an interview with AFP Sunday. Lam Wing-kee is one of... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Hong Kong bookseller likens China detention to 'Cultural Revolution'HONG KONG - The Hong Kong bookseller who broke silence earlier this week about
Hong Kong bookseller likens China detention to 'Cultural Revolution'
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 12 days ago
HONG KONG - The Hong Kong bookseller who broke silence earlier this week about being blindfolded and interrogated in detention in China likened his ordeal to Cultural Revolution repression in an interview with AFP on Sunday. Lam Wing-kee (C), one of... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Hong Kong bookseller likens China detention to 'Cultural Revolution'HONG KONG: The Hong Kong bookseller who broke silence earlier this week about b
Hong Kong bookseller likens China detention to 'Cultural Revolution'
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 12 days ago
HONG KONG: The Hong Kong bookseller who broke silence earlier this week about being blindfolded and interrogated in detention in China likened his ordeal to Cultural Revolution repression in an interview with AFP on Sunday. Lam Wing-kee is one of... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
5 candidates for groom reveal election policiessaid she wanted affordable first-class education and homes for everybody. She
5 candidates for groom reveal election policies
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
said she wanted affordable first-class education and homes for everybody. She called for the release of refugees from detention camps. Other issues on her agenda include helping our aging population, education debts, excessive housing costs... Read more
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Northern Star
Ten fun things to do this weekmodel aircraft, historical displays and helicopters. A free shuttle bus will ru
Ten fun things to do this week
Northern Star / Posted 14 days ago
model aircraft, historical displays and helicopters. A free shuttle bus will run every half an hour between Lismore Transit Centre, Lismore Recycled Market and Lismore Aviation Centre from 9am to 4pm. This Saturday and Sunday, at the Lismore... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Rights Groups Launch Campaign to Defend Detaineesof the "Voices Behind Bars" campaign to defend "hundreds of young people" curre
Rights Groups Launch Campaign to Defend Detainees
AllAfrica.com / Posted 15 days ago
of the "Voices Behind Bars" campaign to defend "hundreds of young people" currently detained for exercising their right of freedom of opinion and expression. In a joint statement, the right groups said that the campaign includes those imprisoned... Read more
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The Age
Jailed Australian businessman Matthew Ng loses wife, children and isn't told about the death of his oldest daughter for two yearsassets dissolve or disappear into the hands of his erstwhile business partners
Jailed Australian businessman Matthew Ng loses wife, children and isn't told about the death of his oldest daughter for two years
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
assets dissolve or disappear into the hands of his erstwhile business partners and prominent high officials, his thoughts centred on his eldest child, Isabella, the high-achieving 13-year-old daughter of his first wife with whom he had an... Read more
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Calcutta News
Israel accuses UNHRC of having obsessive and compulsive disorderof its obligations under international human rights and humanitarian law on a n
Israel accuses UNHRC of having obsessive and compulsive disorder
Calcutta News / Posted 17 days ago
of its obligations under international human rights and humanitarian law on a number of occasions. The increase in detention of Palestinians this year, particularly in administrative detention without trial, is another serious concern. At... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Exhibition, Publication Launched in Rundustruggle in Kavango, was launched recently. The unveiling took place in Rundu
Exhibition, Publication Launched in Rundu
AllAfrica.com / Posted 17 days ago
struggle in Kavango, was launched recently. The unveiling took place in Rundu at the Maria Mwengere Cultural and Youth Centre. John Mutorwa the Minister of Agriculture, Water and Forestry attended the launch. The exhibition is based on... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Special Report - How the Onitsha Massacre of Pro-Biafra Supporters Was Coordinated - SSS Operativeincluding six groaning with gunshot wounds. They were never returned to the cel
Special Report - How the Onitsha Massacre of Pro-Biafra Supporters Was Coordinated - SSS Operative
AllAfrica.com / Posted 17 days ago
including six groaning with gunshot wounds. They were never returned to the cell till June 4, when he regained his freedom. Mr. Enekwe said he was lucky to have come out of military detention alive. His rescue was made possible by family... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Rwandans Love Their Cops So Much They Build Them Housessaw such a measure when residents of Gisozi, a Kigali suburb, were reported to
Rwandans Love Their Cops So Much They Build Them Houses
AllAfrica.com / Posted 17 days ago
saw such a measure when residents of Gisozi, a Kigali suburb, were reported to have built a police station, complete with a detention centre, and handed it over to the Rwanda National Police. Whoever heard of citizens building a detention facility... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
10 things to do in 7 days: Getting out in Toowoombaand raise the disco ball in a production that will have you shamelessly dancing
10 things to do in 7 days: Getting out in Toowoomba
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
and raise the disco ball in a production that will have you shamelessly dancing in the aisles. It's on at the Armitage Centre- Heritage Bank Auditorium at the Empire Theatre from 8pm. Tickets via empiretheatre.com.au or by calling 1300 655... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Special Report - How the Onitsha Massacre of Pro-Biafra Supporters Was Coordinated - SSS Operativeincluding six groaning with gunshot wounds. They were never returned to the cel
Special Report - How the Onitsha Massacre of Pro-Biafra Supporters Was Coordinated - SSS Operative
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
including six groaning with gunshot wounds. They were never returned to the cell till June 4, when he regained his freedom. Mr. Enekwe said he was lucky to have come out of military detention alive. His rescue was made possible by family... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
THAILAND: Protection of human rights defendersThe Appeal Court has dismissed lawsuits filed by the mining company against the
THAILAND: Protection of human rights defenders
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 20 days ago
The Appeal Court has dismissed lawsuits filed by the mining company against the activists.On 31 May 2016, the Community Centre Resources Foundation (CRC) and Legal Centre for Human Rights reported that the Provincial Court of Loei sentenced... Read more
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Evening Standard
Natasha Walter: I'd like to see a female James Bondthat we’re against domesticity, against the family, because we say men should s
Natasha Walter: I'd like to see a female James Bond
Evening Standard / Posted 21 days ago
that we’re against domesticity, against the family, because we say men should step up as well and women should have the freedom to leave the house. But the idea of romanticising domesticity for the next generation makes me recoil.” Walter says... Read more
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The Irish Times
‘Isolated from the mainstream’: Portrane asylum in the 1950sand rural Co Dublin and Ardee. The buildings were never demolished for some rea
‘Isolated from the mainstream’: Portrane asylum in the 1950s
The Irish Times / Posted 21 days ago
and rural Co Dublin and Ardee. The buildings were never demolished for some reason, and those buildings were to become the centre of parochial politics, bureaucratic somersaulting and fiscal blundering in the meantime, and this has lasted even... Read more
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National Catholic Reporter
Morocco continues occupation of Western Sahara, in defiance of UNa movement of unemployed Sahrawi professionals demanding greater economic justi
Morocco continues occupation of Western Sahara, in defiance of UN
National Catholic Reporter / Posted 25 days ago
a movement of unemployed Sahrawi professionals demanding greater economic justice, was tortured to death while in Moroccan detention in April. Freedom House has ranked Western Sahara as among the dozen least free nations in the world, along with... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
European churches say growing flock of Muslim refugees are convertingsupport from Christians along the way. Before being granted asylum, Eghtedaria
European churches say growing flock of Muslim refugees are converting
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 26 days ago
support from Christians along the way. Before being granted asylum, Eghtedarian spent four months in Tinsley House detention centre, near Gatwick airport. “Every day was challenging and beautiful. Challenging because I didn’t know if they... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Hundreds of detention centre abuses go unreportedand safety of all people in Australian government workplaces, including workers
Hundreds of detention centre abuses go unreported
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 26 days ago
and safety of all people in Australian government workplaces, including workers and detainees in mainland and offshore detention centres, has not investigated abuse and injuries on a vast scale. Reams of internal Comcare and Department of... Read more
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The Courier
Hundreds of detention centre abuses go unreportedand safety of all people in Australian government workplaces, including workers
Hundreds of detention centre abuses go unreported
The Courier / Posted 26 days ago
and safety of all people in Australian government workplaces, including workers and detainees in mainland and offshore detention centres, has not investigated abuse and injuries on a vast scale. Reams of internal Comcare and Department of... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Hundreds of detention centre abuses go unreportedand safety of all people in Australian government workplaces, including workers
Hundreds of detention centre abuses go unreported
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 26 days ago
and safety of all people in Australian government workplaces, including workers and detainees in mainland and offshore detention centres, has not investigated abuse and injuries on a vast scale. Reams of internal Comcare and Department of... Read more
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The Young Witness
Hundreds of detention centre abuses go unreportedand safety of all people in Australian government workplaces, including workers
Hundreds of detention centre abuses go unreported
The Young Witness / Posted 26 days ago
and safety of all people in Australian government workplaces, including workers and detainees in mainland and offshore detention centres, has not investigated abuse and injuries on a vast scale. Reams of internal Comcare and Department of... Read more
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Western Advocate
Hundreds of detention centre abuses go unreportedand safety of all people in Australian government workplaces, including workers
Hundreds of detention centre abuses go unreported
Western Advocate / Posted 26 days ago
and safety of all people in Australian government workplaces, including workers and detainees in mainland and offshore detention centres, has not investigated abuse and injuries on a vast scale. Reams of internal Comcare and Department of... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Hundreds of detention centre abuses go unreportedand safety of all people in Australian government workplaces, including workers
Hundreds of detention centre abuses go unreported
Kiama Independent / Posted 26 days ago
and safety of all people in Australian government workplaces, including workers and detainees in mainland and offshore detention centres, has not investigated abuse and injuries on a vast scale. Reams of internal Comcare and Department of... Read more
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Manning River Times
Hundreds of detention centre abuses go unreportedand safety of all people in Australian government workplaces, including workers
Hundreds of detention centre abuses go unreported
Manning River Times / Posted 26 days ago
and safety of all people in Australian government workplaces, including workers and detainees in mainland and offshore detention centres, has not investigated abuse and injuries on a vast scale. Reams of internal Comcare and Department of... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Hundreds of detention centre abuses go unreportedand safety of all people in Australian government workplaces, including workers
Hundreds of detention centre abuses go unreported
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 26 days ago
and safety of all people in Australian government workplaces, including workers and detainees in mainland and offshore detention centres, has not investigated abuse and injuries on a vast scale. Reams of internal Comcare and Department of... Read more
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The North West Star
Hundreds of detention centre abuses go unreportedand safety of all people in Australian government workplaces, including workers
Hundreds of detention centre abuses go unreported
The North West Star / Posted 26 days ago
and safety of all people in Australian government workplaces, including workers and detainees in mainland and offshore detention centres, has not investigated abuse and injuries on a vast scale. Reams of internal Comcare and Department of... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Hundreds of detention centre abuses go unreportedand safety of all people in Australian government workplaces, including workers
Hundreds of detention centre abuses go unreported
Daily Liberal / Posted 26 days ago
and safety of all people in Australian government workplaces, including workers and detainees in mainland and offshore detention centres, has not investigated abuse and injuries on a vast scale. Reams of internal Comcare and Department of... Read more
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The Border Mail
Hundreds of detention centre abuses go unreportedand safety of all people in Australian government workplaces, including workers
Hundreds of detention centre abuses go unreported
The Border Mail / Posted 26 days ago
and safety of all people in Australian government workplaces, including workers and detainees in mainland and offshore detention centres, has not investigated abuse and injuries on a vast scale. Reams of internal Comcare and Department of... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
640 days, four walls and one tiny window: Richard Wolfe’s dispatches from solitaryon, inmates moved in and out of the unit. Some returned to general population h
640 days, four walls and one tiny window: Richard Wolfe’s dispatches from solitary
The Globe and Mail / Posted 27 days ago
on, inmates moved in and out of the unit. Some returned to general population here at the Regina Provincial Correctional Centre, some went to a penitentiary, some went home. Some also crumbled under the strain: They heard voices, screamed for no... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Why so many GPS criminals are getting awaydozens of take flight after removing them MEAGAN DILLONElectronic ankle bracel
Why so many GPS criminals are getting away
Adelaide Now / Posted 27 days ago
dozens of take flight after removing them MEAGAN DILLONElectronic ankle bracelet, for use on criminals sentenced to home detention. New South Wales (NSW) / Prison / Equipment /track DOZENS of accused and convicted criminals have removed their... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Dispatches from an indefinite period in isolationon, inmates moved in and out of the unit. Some returned to general population h
Dispatches from an indefinite period in isolation
The Globe and Mail / Posted 28 days ago
on, inmates moved in and out of the unit. Some returned to general population here at the Regina Provincial Correctional Centre, some went to a penitentiary, some went home. Some also crumbled under the strain: They heard voices, screamed for no... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Censored report into Manus Island rape claims shows 'cover up', MP saysGovernment of a cover-up after the Immigration Department released a largely ce
Censored report into Manus Island rape claims shows 'cover up', MP says
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 29 days ago
Government of a cover-up after the Immigration Department released a largely censored report into the alleged rape of a detention centre employee. Key points: The 68-page document obtained by Lateline under freedom of information refers to the... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Generation revolution: how Egypt’s military state betrayed its youth | Rachel Aspdenshe reasoned, the world had hailed the huge anti-Mubarak protests that filled T
Generation revolution: how Egypt’s military state betrayed its youth | Rachel Aspden
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 29 days ago
she reasoned, the world had hailed the huge anti-Mubarak protests that filled Tahrir Square as an inspiring expression of freedom and democracy. After the revolution, the power should lie in the hands of the people. Why not in Rabaa too? Some of... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Gambia tightens noose on dissenters - Amnestyhave charged independent reporters with sedition and forced three different out
Gambia tightens noose on dissenters - Amnesty
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 29 days ago
have charged independent reporters with sedition and forced three different outlets to close since 2011. Citing the Doha Centre for Media Freedom estimates, Amnesty said 110 journalists had gone into forced exile since President Yahya Jammeh came... Read more
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