By Renfrey Clarke MOSCOW — President Boris Yeltsin's attempt to overthrow the Russian constitution was prepared in consultation with Western leaders, and went ahead with their firm support. The coup was not, as the Western media have sought
Melbourne trams called a 'luxury' By Alex Cooper MELBOURNE — Comments by the most senior bureaucrat in the Public Transport Corporation (PTC) have outraged public transport groups and users. Alan Reiher, acting secretary of the
Women workers in the region Hard Labour: Women Workers in the Asia Pacific Region By Australia Asia Worker Links Women's Committee 33 pp. $5. Reviewed by Pip Hinman Over a two-year period, the Australia Asia Worker Links Women's
Macedonia: The Last Peace To be screened on SBS Television as part of the Cutting Edge series of documentaries Tuesday, April 6, 8.30 p.m. (8 p.m. in Adelaide) Reviewed by Michael Karadjis One might begin to gain an insight into the
SYDNEY — The Malaysian Tourist Bureau closed up shop for the day on March 24 rather than face a protest organised by the Sydney Rainforest Action Group. The protest highlighted the continuing destruction of the forest home of the Penan people in
Cuba calls for disaster relief HAVANA - Cuba has called on the United Nations for help to recover from the savage winter storm that hit the western and central provinces over the March 13-14 weekend. The storm caused unprecedented flooding.
In the international Year for Indigenous People, the Dutch government is in conflict with the Innu people of Canada. GINA ROGERS reports from The Hague. Since 1986, the Royal Netherlands Airforce has performed more than 10,000 low-level
Students occupy library Four hundred students occupied the University of Adelaide library on March 27 in protest against cuts to funding. Prior to the occupation, students adopted a log of claims demanding an increase in funding of
Not really sleeping Sleeping with the enemy Album by Paris Scarface Records Reviewed by John-Paul Nassif Paris is an eloquent and self-righteous rapper whose consciousness goes well beyond "I'm militant". He has a real knowledge of
Come again, please Celebration of Irish Music State Theatre, Sydney Reviewed By Bernie Brian The man behind many of the recent tours of Irish musicians, Jon Nichols, indicated that this celebration may become an annual event. If the


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