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As a ground assault on Rafah still looms, United States President Joe Biden’s “get tough” stance towards Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu is not convincing populations in the US and the Middle East, report Barry Sheppard and Malik Miah.

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The Art of Banksy: Without Limits is a wild ride into the anti-authoritarian, anti-capitalist artistic world of Banksy — the British creator who put progressive politics into street art internationally. Jim McIlroy reviews.

The First Wave, a new film by environment group Rising Tide, was launched by an enthusiastic crowd. Jim McIlroy reports.

Binoy Kampmark writes that caution should be exercised in response to the US President's remarks on WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's case. Nothing should be considered in earnest until signatures are inked and dried.

Refugees have been protesting outside the office of Home Affairs minister Clare O'Neil in Oakleigh to demand permanent visas. Chris Slee reports.

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Thousands of people joined protests on the weekend of April 7, marking six full months of Israel's intensified genocide against the people of Gaza.

Colombian Guillermo Andres Mosquera Miranda has spent his life working to help others. Now he is seeking political asylum in Australia after becoming a target for assassins. Fred Fuentes reports.

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First Nations leader Megan Krakouer and Indian communist Clifton D’Rozario have been confirmed to speak at the Ecosocialism 2024: Climate Action Not War being held in Boorloo/Perth over June 28–30. Fred Fuentes reports.

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Coral Wynter reviews Ultra-Processed People, by Chris van Tulleken, which looks at the industrialised chemicals and processed components that make up the ultra-processed food we buy in supermarkets.

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A new report has found that renters are living in substandard homes that are failing to protect them from intense summer heat. Isaac Nellist reports. 

“Banning Green Left from a platform which the people-powered, activist media outlet has used for years to disseminate critical information, build movements and expose injustice and inequity, and take a staunchly anti-capitalist stance is a disgrace,” said New South Wales Greens MP for Newtown Jenny Leong.

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Sarah Glynn looks behind Turkey's March 31 municipal elections, which saw President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's AKP pushed into second place and the pro-Kurdish Peoples Equality and Democracy Party make gains.