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'Let us correct the history of West Papua' BY MARK ABBERTON SYDNEY — Representatives of the West Papuan freedom movement, meeting at a conference here on April 19, expressed hope about new openings for greater unity and organisation in their
Tunisian activists jailed Fathi Chamki, president of the RAID (Association for the Taxation of Financial Transactions to Assist Citizens, Tunisia), Mohamed Chourabi, member of the RAID and Iheb Heni were arrested and jailed on April 8 in Soliman.
Without my ID BY BRANDON ASTOR JONES Regular readers will know that once a year I share this space with a fellow prisoner. Last year the poet was an Anglo-American who cited how many families abandon their relatives in prison.
SAN FRANCISCO — At a time when the United States' labour movement is in the doldrums, a union of low-paid, largely foreign-born workers is reviving the militancy, imagination, and high morale of the great strikes of the 1930s. On April 3, 8500
Networker: M-commerce BY GREG HARRIS Forget e-commerce, now it's "m-commerce". In case you missed it, e-commerce is the ability to buy and sell things electronically, usually over the internet. It is divided into separate categories. "B2B" is
NATO troops entered Serbian territory on March 29 — with the full cooperation of the Serbian government of Slobodan Milosevic. Serb and NATO forces jointly searched inside the border zone, allegedly for evidence of Serbian or Albanian
Alcoa workers locked out BY ANTHONY BENBOW PERTH — Five hundred workers at aluminium company Alcoa's operations here have been locked out since early April as part of a union-busting exercise. The workers, members of the Communications,
Members First challenges Caird to repay money BY STUART MARTIN CANBERRA — The national secretary of the Community and Public Sector Union (CPSU), Wendy Caird, has been challenged to repay union money spent on a glossy brochure sent to all
Perth a city for cars BY ANTHONY BENBOW PERTH — A few years ago I saw a Perth street directory from the early 1960s. A snapshot of a city vastly different from the one of today, it was interesting to see not only the roads of the time, but also
UNITED STATES: Elian's rescue a blow to 'Miami Mafia' ATLANTA — Almost five months after he was found adrift on the high seas near Florida, six-year-old Elian Gonzalez has been reunited with his father, Juan Miguel Gonzalez, at a resort near

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