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Assange: More leaks to come

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Sydney :WikiLeaks is planning new releases of secret documents on controversial negotiations and intelligence agency operations, according to the anti-secrecy organisation’s Australian founder, Julian Assange.In an interview with Fairfax Media, Mr Assange said that while he does not expect to leave Ecuador’s London embassy any time soon, WikiLeaks very much remains in the business of publishing the secrets of diplomats ...

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The plan to make Sydney a walking city again

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Sydney : They are the city’s “second-class citizens,” a group of a million people who make 92 per cent of the city’s journeys each and every day.Now, pedestrians – be they striding commuters, dawdling shoppers or promenading pram-pushers – are reclaiming the streets.A $60 million upgrade to Sydney streets aims to improve life for walkers who have, for decades, been ...

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Three killed, including a child, after car swept away by floods

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Brisbane : THREE people have died after their car was washed away by flash flooding in Queensland tonight.The trio, a man, a young woman and a child, were travelling along Dances Road in Calboolture when tragedy struck.QLD Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said the car attempted to drive around a road closed sign and entered flood waters.“On behalf of all Queensland we ...

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Does Australia have double standards for Bali Nine duo?

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Sydney: Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran have eaten their last meals. Kissed their families for the last time. Inhaled their last breaths.They have been shot in front of an Indonesian firing squad.Australia has waged a protracted diplomatic battle to keep the two men alive but that battle has failed. ‘Not innocent’ : The plight of 31-year-old Chan and 34-year-old ...

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Nepal earthquake victims face ‘crush syndrome’ and ‘compartment syndrome’

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Perth : After rescue workers are finally able to reach the victims of the Nepal earthquake and address their injuries, health care workers will be watching carefully for two conditions that crop up later: “crush syndrome” and “compartment syndrome.” The related problems, which are life- and limb-threatening, result from hours of compression of arm and leg muscles by rubble in ...

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