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Remembering the last three years since Trump's election

Thinking he would lose and in order to save money, Donald Trump hired a small hotel ballroom for ...  
Hope for peace in Bougainville while West Papua endures

Voting that started on Saturday 23 November, in the long-awaited referendum over independence for ...  
JOHN PILGER: Julian sat alone, his fist clenched and held high

I set out at dawn. Her Majesty’s Prison Belmarsh is in the flat hinterland of south-east London ...  
Visa applications from China and Malaysia surge due to 'poor policy'

The Coalition Government says the surge in asylum applications from Chinese and Malaysian citizens ...  
ABC and SBS fail in their reporting on Bolivia coup

The notion that Australia’s SBS and ABC are politically “Left” is wildly incorrect.   
The politicians awake: Australia calls for Julian Assange

Australians from both the public and political sectors are becoming increasingly vocal in bringing ...  
JOHN PILGER: Journalism and The Assange Effect

The mainstream media has recently declared a passion for freedom of speech — they are worried ...  
Illegal Israeli settlements find U.S. support

A U.S. policy shift on the Israel settlements in the Middle East leaves no room for a two-state ...  
Bringing home ancestral remains to an Australia rife with racism

The remains of 42 Indigenous ancestors are soon returning to their homeland, but it is not the ...  
Hong Kong champion 'blitzchung' deserves #takeaknee moment

Michael Williams discusses the ramifications of Blizzard's suspension on Hong Kong pro gamer for ...  
JOHN PILGER: Assange's case will define the future of free journalism

John Pilger describes the disturbing scene inside a London courtroom when Julian Assange appeared ...  
Buttrose pulls 'offensive' Q&A episode in Aunt Lydia-style censorship

If you were labouring under the belief that women are free to express ourselves in 2019, last ...  
No luck for asylum seekers in the 'lucky country'

The Government's refusal to show compassion to those seeking asylum is still damaging mental ...  
Treatment of Tamil family shows the inhumanity of the Morrison Government

Despite many Australians campaigning for fairness, the Morrison Government still insists on ...  
The whistleblower that stopped the nation

On Cup Day, let's drink to ATO whistleblower Richard Boyle, without whom we may not be able to ...  
The FBI tried to make Iceland a complicit ally in framing Julian Assange

Former Icelandic Interior Minister tells Independent Australia how he blocked U.S. interference ...  
Why our Syria policy is strategically unsound

The Australian Government needs to figure out its priorities in deciding on a firm plan to deal ...  
Morrison's medevac madness

Never let evidence, however abundant, trouble the minds of those at the Home Affairs department in ...  
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