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British-Australian academic Kylie-Moore Gilbert not reported among prisoners freed in Iran | World news

British-Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert has not been reported among the 85,000 prisoners temporarily released from Iranian jails out of fear coronavirus could sweep through the...
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List of world’s worst ‘digital predators’ stretches from India and Brazil to US | Global development

A freedom of expression group has launched a list of “digital predators”, ranking what it says are 20 of the world’s worst offenders for cyber-censorship...
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‘Crime against humanity’: UN expert calls on Australia to stop selling weapons to war-torn Mali | World news

The independent United Nations human rights expert in Mali has called on Australia to cease selling arms to the war-torn country and urged the international...
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Australia sold weapons to Mali as UN warned violence creating ‘humanitarian disaster’ | Australia news

The Australian government approved a large volume of weapons sales to war-torn Mali in the same year the United Nations warned escalating violence was creating...
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Chinese activist arrested after calling Xi Jinping ‘clueless’ on coronavirus crisis | World news

The Chinese authorities have detained a prominent activist and legal scholar who issued a blistering attack on president Xi Jinping for mishandling the coronavirus crisis...

Facebook’s New Take on Trump’s Election

This is the context for the crucial line in Bosworth’s post: “[Trump] got elected because he ran the single best digital ad campaign I’ve ever...
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‘I’m happy, but I am also broken for those left behind’: life after Manus and Nauru | Elaine Pearson | Opinion

“To freedom.” Imran, a 25-year-old Rohingya refugee from Myanmar, raises a glass with a big smile. We are in a bustling restaurant on Chicago’s north...
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Queensland anti-protest laws ‘inherently disproportionate’, UN human rights experts say | Australia news

United Nations human rights experts have detailed “serious concerns” with anti-protest laws recently adopted in Queensland, which they say are “inherently disproportionate” and criminalise peaceful...