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By David Easter Is North Korea being set up as the next "Iraq"? Korean solidarity activists have sounded a warning that Pyongyang may become the next "new world order" target. "There is a very striking pattern emerging in the statements of US
By Will Firth BERLIN — The Elbe is the third largest river in central Europe. It is also one of the most polluted. From its source in Czechoslovakia, the river flows 1165 km through the former two Germanies to enter the North Sea near Hamburg.
We present here brief profiles of six endorsed Green candidates in the NSW election. The other Green candidates were presented in last week's Green Left. Drummoyne Standing in Drummoyne is 41-year-old Bruce Threlfo, a prominent member of the
By Dave Riley It's a new world, I tell you, a brave new world. I know this world because I know the Labor Party like I know the back of my hand. And you know, I think the devil got into it. It's possessed. I'm waiting for Bob Hawke's head to spin
Pornography and censorship Whilst I wholeheartedly agree with Angela Matheson's disgust at the images of violence and degradation which form the basis of pornography (write on, May 15), censorship is not an effective method to deal with it.
Democrats and greens "If a Green Party forms and then almost immediately loses its identity by merging, this could prejudice the credibility of both organisations", writes Australian Democrat Senator Janet Powell in the first issue of Forest
Women who do exist By Anne O'Callaghan The Company of Strangers, being screened during the Sydney Film Festival, is an endearing film about seven women stranded at a deserted farm house in the stunningly beautiful countryside of the Mont Tremblant
Plowshare activists on trial By Stuart Wax Four young peace activists go on trial in New York on May 20, facing charges that could result in their being imprisoned for 15 years. Two of the defendants, Ciaron O'Reily and Moana Cole, are
Don't show me your green, gold, white, and blue em = By Robin Davidson Well i care about interest rates, unemployment and inflation, the effects of debt on third world nations, shootings, bombings, hangings and mass starvation, i care that
By Dick Nichols SYDNEY — The most interesting aspect of the NSW election on May 25 is the answer to the question: Why are green issues, and the candidates presenting them, being denied any but the most trivial coverage in the commercial media?

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