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The Guardian • Issue #1959 • May 3, 2021

Issue #1959

Climate Summit: “THE WORLD IS ON RED ALERT”

The growing recognition of the urgency by world leaders was reflected at the virtual climate summit called by US President Joe Biden from 22nd to 23rd April.

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Issue #1959

Morrison’s hydrogen scheme another marketing ploy

Yet again, the Morrison government is trying to pull the wool over Australia’s eyes. This time, Prime Minister Scott Morrison is attempting to sell the...

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Issue #1959

No to patents on vaccines!

CP of Turkey, joint statement: no to patents on vaccines! The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a great tragedy for more than a year now. In...

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Issue #1959

ANZAC Day and Australia’s dark foreign policy

Sunday 25th April marked 106 years since Australian and New Zealander troops landed on the Gallipoli peninsula of the then-Ottoman Empire, to fight and die in their thousands under an uncaring British command in pursuit of British imperial interests.

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Issue #1959

Putin’s Presidential address

On April 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin addressed the Federal Assembly, a combined gathering of members of the Federation Council (Senators), the State Duma (Parliamentarians), Cabinet ministers, Regional Governors, representatives of selected State Departments, Agencies and the media.

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Issue #1959

Softening its mates up for another war?

Has anyone actually scrutinised the piffle that Anthony Blinken, the US Secretary of State, recently came out with?

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Issue #1959

MANDELA IN CUBA

When Nelson Mandela was released from prison in 1990, he asked me to write his speeches.

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Issue #1959

New Zealand’s divergence from Five Eyes intelligence network

New Zealand has seemingly broken ranks with the other members of the Five Eyes intelligence network over their attempt to exert political pressure on China through the network.

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Australia scraps BRI agreements, eager to injure relationship with number one trade partner

The Morrison government has vetoed the state of Victoria by cancelling four agreements it had with other nations relating to cooperation and education.

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Xi calls for “unprecedented ambition, action” to build community of life

We should protect nature and preserve the environment like we protect our eyes.

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Issue #1959

No crime lasts a hundred years

Twitter’s news feed did not stop. Facebook played live videos, one after another.

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Issue #1959

Men’s football: what’s next for football fans

The strength of supporter action prevented a power grab by football’s elite as a new Super League disbanded just days after it was officially announced.

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