Issue #2105

The Guardian • Issue #2105 • July 1, 2024

Rally for Palestine held on Saturday 22 June Boorloo/Perth. Issue #2105

Gaza: blood on West’s hands

Since 7 October more than 14,000 children have been slaughtered by Israeli forces in the Gaza Strip. An estimated 4,000 children are buried under rubble,...

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Issue #2105

EDITORIAL

Do you ever get déjà vu, the feeling that you’ve been through something before? Sometimes, that’s because you have been through it before. So it...

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Assange free at last

Wikileaks founder and journalist Julian Assange has been granted bail by the UK High court. The bail will be granted as part of a plea...

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Queensland says no to nuclear. Issue #2105

Queensland says no to nuclear

Around 70 people from unions, conservation groups, the general community, and of course the Communist Party of Australia gathered to hear Speakers from the Conservation...

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Climate disasters force Australians to move a quarter of a million times

Australians have been forced to move more than 240,000 times in recent years due to worsening disasters, with the hardest hit communities experiencing extreme weather...

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Huge win for mesothelioma victims against asbestos giant

In a landmark case for victims of asbestos related diseases, a Queensland jury has ordered Amaca Pty Limited (formerly known as James Hardie) to pay...

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Women at work. Issue #2105

Queensland Unions: LNP views of women antiquated, unsupported

Queensland Unions, the peak body representing 400,000 Queensland workers, says Liberal Senator Hollie Hughes’ comments that employers would be “reluctant to hire or promote women”...

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This week’s US imperialist intervention is Germany 1950s: The CIA orchestrated a wide-ranging campaign of sabotage, terrorism, and psychological warfare against the German Democratic Republic...

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PEACE NOTES Issue #2105

PEACE NOTES

By the time you read this everybody will have had a gutful of Peter Dutton’s idea of building nuclear reactors around the country while crippling...

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Nuclear waste Issue #2105

Peter Dutton & the nuclear shit show

We watched in horror as Peter Dutton and a whole cavalcade of Coalition ministers rolled out their nuclear nightmare in a blatant attempt to keep...

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Kakadu plum. Issue #2105

Aboriginal heritage under threat from biopiracy

Aboriginal cultural knowledge is under threat of being stolen through the skilful, but sometimes deceptive, use of patents laws. Indigenous communities are frequently targeted, for...

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Global briefs Issue #2105

GLOBAL BRIEFS

KENYA: Biden promised to designate Kenya as the USA’s first “major non-NATO ally” in sub-Saharan Africa as Kenyan President William Ruto arrived in Washington for...

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International trade Issue #2105

Europe being drawn into US trade war

There has been a meeting of G7 finance ministers and central bankers high on the agenda was China and how the G7 should respond to...

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A woman covers her son with a blanket after fleeing the war from neighbouring Ukraine at the border crossing in Medyka, southeastern Poland. Issue #2105

The sham of the Ukraine ‘Peace’ Summit

The much-vaunted Ukraine Peace Summit in Switzerland came and went. The world media reminded us almost daily of the unanimity of support, of the depth...

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HALF OF THE SKY

The case that Brittany Higgins brought against Bruce Lehrmann exposed the inadequacy of our legal system when it comes to giving  women a ‘fair go’...

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Chinatown Melbourne. Issue #2105

Where our real national interest lies

The visit of Chinese Premier Li Qiang to Australia has revealed much about this country and how it views its relationship with China. Two distinct...

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