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Assange ‘strip searched and moved cell’ on day of extradition announcement
Julian Assange was strip searched and moved to a bare cell on the day the Home Secretary announced she was allowing his extradition to the United States, his wife said. Stella Assange said the WikiLeaks founder was told he was being moved to a bare cell “for his own protection” He had no...
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Assange exposes hypocrisy of US 'freedom'
The British government has signed an order seeking the extradition of Julian Assange — an Australian activist and WikiLeaks founder who exposed war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan — to the United States. Despite opposing the pursuit of Assange, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese rejected...
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More Than Half of New Zealanders Now View China as a Threat: Survey
New Zealanders’ perception of China has shifted dramatically over the first half of 2022, with the...
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Exaggeration of Colonial Trauma Leads to Victimhood: Indigenous Academic - Australia
An Indigenous academic has warned about the impact of overemphasising the “assumed trauma” brought about by...
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Pro-Beijing Vanuatu PM Shelves Constitutional Changes After Boycott From Opposition
Vanuatu’s government has shelved proposed changes to its Constitution to allow foreign nationals to hold office and extend term...
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Australian PM hopes for ‘diplomatic’ progress in Assange legal saga
SYDNEY — Australia’s prime minister said on Monday he will engage “diplomatically” over the US prosecution of Julian Assange, but he is standing by earlier remarks questioning the purpose of further legal action. As domestic pressure mounted on him to intervene in the WikiLeaks founder’s case, Prime...
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Australia needs long-term strategy for Pacific Island ties
The signing of a security agreement between Solomon Islands and China in April brought geopolitical competition and militarization in the Pacific to the fore of public discussion. Australian policymakers and the public are concerned about the potential for a Chinese military base in the Pacific...
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Australia won’t conduct ‘megaphone diplomacy’ on Julian Assange amid calls to intervene
The Albanese government insists it will not conduct “diplomacy by megaphone” as it faces calls to do more to prevent the extradition of WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange to the US. On Saturday, the British home secretary, Priti Patel, approved the extradition of Assange to the US, where he is...
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Solomons says no Chinese base planned
‘PACIFIC FAMILY’: Australia’s Penny Wong said that the nations in the region should be responsible for their own security, and they are more than capable of providing it Bloomberg Australia welcomed reassurances from the Solomon Islands that it would not allow China to install a military base on its...
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