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He was sentenced for a crime that shocked Australia: the terrorist plot to attack Sydney's Holsworthy barracks. But Nayef el Sayed's family are still confused about why he's doing so much jail time, and they're not the only ones with questions about the law used to convict him.Mahmood Fazal investigates.…
The next two and a bit weeks of the climate summit in Glasgow could decide whether the world is still liveable at the end of the century. The whole point of COP26 is to get world leaders to agree to cut their emissions to a point that will limit warming to less than 2 degrees. So are we currently on track for that? And days out from the start of th…
We continue our conversation about challenges to democracy in America by talking with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. In early January of 2020, then-President Trump encouraged Raffensperger to help overturn the election results in Georgia. He rejected the president’s requests and has consistently spoken out against conspiracy theorie…
Australians over 18 years of age who've waited six months from their second COVID vaccine will be given the chance to grab a booster shot if they want one.While the focus will be on aged care and healthcare workers to start, yesterday, the expert panel on vaccinations approved the use of Pfizer booster doses.And - at the moment - it's being sold as…
175-year sentence. This week the US will try to extradite Julian AssangeThe Duran: Episode 1123Assange ‘wincing in pain’ on court video link as IFJ takes full page ad in Times calling for his ‘immediate release’https://www.rt.com/uk/538595-assange-court-video-ifj/#UK #Assange #Wikileaks #TheDuranBy The Duran
Sicily lies at the crossroads of the Mediterranean and for over 2,000 years has served as a gateway between Europe, Africa and the East. The island survived a string of colonisations by the Greeks, the Romans, the Byzantines, the Arabs, the Normans and the Spanish, each of whom left their indelible mark on Sicilian culture and politics. A new book …
The mostly Muslim Ottomans at one point ruled over a quarter of Europe, but they have been often cast out of European history. The reality, says historian Marc David Baer, is that Ottoman history is very much European history. Especially as the Ottomans were a surprisingly mixed bunch, of various religions, and there was much cultural and religious…
A fascinating chat about the little-known history of Indigenous country music with the Koori King of Country, Roger Knox.
‘Rust’ on-set shooting: Authorities confirm that the gun was loaded with a live round. YouTube vlogger's quest to visit every country in the world, and he has 1 to go.By ABC News
Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange faces his second day in London's High Court as the US Government seeks to overturn January's ruling that blocked his extradition over mental health concerns.By Leigh Sales
There are few Australians as famous and revered as Cathy Freeman. Now the multi-talented Olympian has written a children's book called Born to Run using her own life's experiences to encourage kids to believe in themselves.By Leigh Sales
There were protests across the country today, after this week's acquittal of a police officer over the shooting of an Indigenous woman in Western Australia two years ago.By Bridget Brennan
Federal Parliament has risen after a tumultuous fortnight of battles over climate policy. The Prime Minister is flying out of Canberra tonight for a G20 meeting in Rome then on to the climate summit in Glasgow, leaving Barnaby Joyce as acting Prime Minister.By Laura Tingle
Gladys Berejiklian has described herself as an intensely private person, so today's evidence at the Independent Commission Against Corruption must have been excruciating to watch.By Paul Farrell
Senate Democrats erupt as Joe Manchin appears to rule out paid family leave in spending bill negotiations. New Mexico law enforcement say the bullet that killed a cinematographer wasn't the only live round on set. And Delta Air Lines implements an experimental facial recognition system.By ABC News
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Over 75 per cent of Australians aged 16 and over has had two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine and from November 8 they can get a third shot.
Some regions that have long depended on carbon-heavy industries - like the Illawarra south of Sydney - are already trying to make the shift to a more sustainable future.
Hear from ANZ CEO Shayne Elliott as SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves explores the latest thinking about the timing of the RBA's first rate rise in more than 10 years.
Recent inquiries into Victorian public servants and former politicians in New South Wales have raised the profile of anti-corruption investigations.
Australian voters could be asked to show identification before casting their ballot at the next election under a new bill proposed by the Federal Government.
The Morrison Government has confirmed Australia won't back a pledge to cut methane emissions by 30 per cent over the next decade, so the livestock sector has set its own target.
The first artists have been revealed who will compete for the opportunity to represent Australia in Italy in 2022.
The last of Australia's cities are now out of lockdown, with state and international border reopenings the next milestone in sight.
The Pan American Health Organisation has reported the continents' death and infection figures are now the lowest in over a year.
A US congressional hearing called 'Protecting Kids Online' is investigating what social media companies know, and what they are doing about it.
The Coalition has finally committed to a net zero emissions by 2050 target, but Labor has condemned the lack of substance and detail in the announcement. Plus, while countries around the world struggle to vaccinate their populations, Australians over 18 will soon be able to receive a booster dose. Political and international editor of The SMH/The A…
The balancing act of teaching both Indigenous and European- Australian history. And the Chinese government denial of the Wuhan lab 'theory'
If you think coal is controversial, spare a thought for nuclear energy. It may not be everybody’s choice as a replacement for fossil fuels, but the technology is evolving, new reactors are being built and researchers are working on making them smaller and mobile. In this episode we give an overview on the size and scale of the nuclear energy sector…
Authorities provide an update in the investigation into the movie set shooting in New Mexico involving actor Alec Baldwin. Police saying they have recovered the suspected live round that killed the Director of Photography Elaina Hutchens and wounded the director. Several tornadoes touch down in Texas with the severe weather system expected to move …
A tough day in Victoria today, with the number of new COVID deaths hitting 25
It’s 75 years since the judgement at the International Military Tribunal in Nuremberg - when twenty four high-ranking Nazis were put on trial. What is the legacy of those trials?
Drew Barrymore and chef Pilar Valdes share the inspiration behind their cookbook, “Rebel Homemaker” that celebrates friendship, food, and a sense of home — plus they bring the co-hosts some tasty dishes to try! Then, two mother-daughter duos share about the emotional breast cancers journeys they went through together. In Hot Topics, the co-hosts Pr…
Julian Assange’s team argues he remains at serious risk of self-harm - and say an American pledge he could serve any sentence in Australia is meaningless.
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Parts of Australia's new net-zero climate policy are finally public. But many who've read its 129 pages say the much-anticipated 'plan' is light on for detail, leaning heavily on existing policies, untested technologies, hypothetical future breakthroughs, and promises politicians will do as they say. So will it actually get us to net zero? And does…
Is Erdogan trying to break free from US, Europe and NATO?The Duran: Episode 1122Turkey's Osman Kavala case: A break with Europe?https://www.dw.com/en/turkeys-osman-kavala-case-a-break-with-europe/a-59596299#Erdogan #Turkey #Kavala #TheDuranBy The Duran
Australia's expert vaccination panel may soon tick off on a major expansion to the country's coronavirus vaccination program, paving the way for third doses to be administered.Yesterday, the medicines regulator the TGA approved Pfizer for use as a third dose - sometimes referred to as a booster - for Australians aged 18 or over after six months aft…
When Nadia Wassef, her sister Hind and friend Nihal started their bookshop, Diwan, back in 2002, they had no idea that ten years later they would be running ten bookshops across Egypt meeting a growing demand for books both in Arabic and English, French and German. There were many bumps in the road, and there was certainly a toll taken on their per…
The Indian diaspora in Australia is becoming larger, stronger and more prominent, just as a bolder India is set to play a larger role in Asia. A new essay argues that Australia's fastest growing migrant community could reshape the future of the nation.