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Assange wins right to appeal against extradition

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is allowed to challenge the decision over extradition in the UK ...  
Julian Assange — a thousand days in Belmarsh

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has now been in the maximum security facilities of Belmarsh ...  
Relocated Rohingyas finding a better life in Bhashan Char

While more work needs to be done, the Rohingya refugees relocated to Bhashan Char are finding ...  
One year on from 6 January, another 'coup' looms

The attempted coup of 6 January does not spell the end of the threats to America's democracy ...  
Sundance accused of theft amid refund controversy

One of the world's most celebrated film festivals is being accused of theft for refusing to issue ...  
Morrison Government threatens Australia's democracy

In order to maintain power, the right has been building momentum under Scott Morrison to further ...  
Great power rivalry: The Cold War returns

The economic crisis of capitalism and the return to the doctrine of great power rivalry has seen ...  
Right-wing role models and guns are killing America

America has gone soft on eradicating right-wing extremism, resulting in a nation of gun violence ...  
War against China: Sending our kids to the slaughter

If history has taught us anything, it's that war always results in the senseless death of our ...  
'Travesty of justice': UK Court rules Assange can be extradited to U.S.

UK human rights activists speak of a “travesty of justice” as the High Court expresses its ...  
JOHN PILGER: U.S. wins extradition appeal against Julian Assange

In a blow to journalism and free speech, the U.S. has won its appeal against the decision not to ...  
New Caledonia to cast final vote on independence

The third independence referendum set for New Caledonia was to be like the last two — but this ...  
Beijing Olympics boycott is pointless

Several nations have made a stand against China by refusing to send government officials to the ...  
Backing horses: Australia’s questionable Solomon Islands intervention

The history of humanitarian missions is a history of taking sides, disruptive partiality and the ...  
America pays to oppose Argentine Packaging Law

With corporate profits being threatened, America has offered bribes to oppose new environmental ...  
Pentagon to expand military presence in Australia against China

The U.S. Department of Defence is focusing on building bases in Guam and Australia in an effort to ...  
Dutton commits to following U.S. into war for Taiwan

Defence Minister Peter Dutton has pledged allegiance to the U.S. in defending Taiwan against ...  
Rohingya financial burden too great for Bangladesh

Bangladesh is bearing the economic burden of supporting the displaced Rohingya community, with ...  

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