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Kurdish journalist Renas Lelikan accused of terror links denied bail

Kurdish journalist Renas Lelikan, who was arrested in Sydney last week and charged with being a member of a terrorist organisation, is denied bail.. Renas Lelikan, 38, is accused of being a member of the banned organisation, the PKK, which is fighting against the Islamic State (IS) terror group in northern Iraq… Source: Kurdish journalist Renas Lelikan accused of terror links denied bail – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Read More »

Easy Prey: Criminal Violence and Central American Migration

Massive deportations from Mexico and the U.S. have not stopped Central Americans fleeing endemic poverty and epidemic violence. Erecting more barriers and forcing migrants and refugees underground deepens the humanitarian crisis – and strengthens the illegal networks turning much of Central America into a criminal battleground… Source: Easy Prey: Criminal Violence and Central American Migration | International Crisis Group Read More »

Mums, Grandmums And Kids Have Just Invaded Tanya Plibersek’s Office Over ALP Refugee Policies

Regardless of where you sit on the political spectrum, if you support cruel and inhumane treatment of refugees then Mums 4 Refugees will target you. Chris Graham reports She might be considered an icon of the ‘Labor left’, but right now, Tanya Plibersek is a target of a group of mothers, grandmothers and kids… Source: Mums, Grandmums And Kids Have Just Invaded Tanya Plibersek’s Office Over ALP Refugee Policies – New Matilda Read More »

The best cities in the world for book lovers

The streets of Edinburgh and Hong Kong are overflowing with books. Istanbul and Singapore, less so. Every year the World Cities Culture Forum collects information on how people consume culture around the world. The organization looks at… Source: The world’s cities with the most bookstores and libraries per capita — Quartz Read More »

Mistreatment of juveniles in Northern Territory detention could be classed as torture: UN expert

The mistreatment of juvenile detainees in the Northern Territory could amount to torture and is “very worrisome”, a UN expert on torture has said. Four Corners this week aired footage showing teenagers being tear-gassed, physically assaulted, forcefully stripped naked, shackled and hooded in Territory prisons and youth detention centres between 2010 and 2015… Source: Mistreatment of juveniles in Northern Territory detention could be classed as torture: UN expert – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Read More »

Harvard Bioscience spends $1.7M on embezzlement investigation

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SAM BONACCI Harvard Biosceince has so far put $1.66 million into a forensic investigation, according to the company’s financial report in which a loss of $700,000 was reported for the first two quarters of the year. The company had undertaken an investigation of a possible embezzlement of less than $50,000 from a subsidiary company in March… Source: Harvard Bioscience spends $1.7M on embezzlement investigation | WBJournal.com Read More »

‘You are stupid’: Judge ‘insulted and demeaned’ lawyer in courtroom clashes

A judge repeatedly called a lawyer incompetent, called his questions “incredibly stupid”, called him “stupid”, and said his failings meant his client could not get a fair trial. The extraordinary clash between Victorian County Court Judge Mark Dean and defence counsel Benjamin Lindner in a criminal trial has Victorian legal circles buzzing, Fairfax Media understands… Source: ‘You are stupid’: Judge ‘insulted and demeaned’ lawyer in courtroom clashes Read More »

Has jihadist terrorism plunged us into a Third World War?

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POPE Francis has warned the world is at war over jihadist terrorism.. Speaking to reporters ahead of his visit to Poland today, the Catholic world leader addressed the murder of priest Father Jacques Hamel at the hands of French jihadists earlier this week… Source: Has ISIS caused World War 3?: Pope Francis warns world is at war Read More »

Australian elections results: Ex-banker will form new government

The Australian elections had no surprises in the return of one or other of the Establishment globalist parties, Liberal and Labor, to Government. What is encouraging however, and a transformative shift that might bode well for the future, is the number of “conservative” parties that recognise the menace of international finance, and the need for new banking and trade systems… Source: Australian elections results: Ex-banker will form new government | Katehon think tank. Geopolitics & Tradition Read More »

Spec Ops Troops Are Getting Their Own Mini-Subs

U.S. Special Operations Command has inked a $166 million contract with Lockheed Martin to provide dry combat submersibles designed to transport operators to their mission sites underwater. The surface-launched mini-subs will be used in “harsh maritime environments by leveraging commercial submersible technologies and international classing safety certification,” according to the… Source: Spec Ops Troops Are Getting Their Own Mini-Subs | Read More »

Normandy attack: France aims to prevent ‘war of religions’

François Hollande to meet faith leaders after murder of priest by Islamic State supporters.. Lara Marlowe Paris Correspondent President François Hollande will meet leaders of all French religious communities this morning in the hope of preventing a war of religion after… Source: Normandy attack: France aims to prevent ‘war of religions’ Read More »

Human rights group backs doctors on whistleblowing

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Human rights group backs doctors on whistleblowing | Liberty Victoria A human rights group has swung behind doctors who want the right to disclose what happens in detention centres. Doctors for Refugees has filed a High Court challenge to the secrecy provisions in the Australian Border Force Act, contending that the laws inappropriately curtail people’s freedom to participate in political communication around conditions and care in detention. Liberty Victoria welcomed this critical development. The harsh laws were the subject of ... Read More »

Hunter Valley priest abuse: Multiple churches made spot ‘epicentre of organised paedophilia’

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IT was a cruel game played out by vile abusers in an idyllic valley which will be revealed as the nation’s “epicentre for organised paedophilia”.. The game of “spotlighting”, ostensibly a weekend camping pursuit by young Anglican boys and their religious leaders was actually a guise for child sexual abuse… Source: Hunter Valley priest abuse: Multiple churches made spot ‘epicentre of organised paedophilia’ Read More »

Children’s eSafety Commissioner Reports on First Year

More than 7,400 investigations into online child sexual abuse material have been carried out by the Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner in its first year.. The office, established on 1 July 2015 to protect Australian children from cyberbullying, online harassment and predatory behaviour, has issued a 12-month report card to mark its first birthday… Source: Children’s eSafety Commissioner Reports on First Year – Pro Bono Australia Read More »