Residents across Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains continue to express their solidarity with Palestine, despite the temporary truce in Israel’s war on Gaza. Zebedee Parkes and Fred Fuentes report.
Suzanne James speaks with Greens Senator David Shoebridge about war crimes, whistleblowers and weed.
War crimes whistleblower David McBride received a hero's welcome when he arrived to face court, writes Alex Bainbridge.
Researchers and human rights activists say the public has a right to know about Australia’s export of arms material to Israel, especially as they are being used to kill Palestinian civilians. Peter Boyle reports.
Anti-war protesters marked the second anniversary of the secretive AUKUS pact, calling for it to be stopped. Jim McIlroy reports.
More than 150 peace activists, trade unionists and concerned citizens attended an IPAN forum about the dangers of AUKUS, which integrates Australia more closely into the US war machine. Stanley Blair reports
As with all matters regarding United States policy, Australia will, if not agree outright with Washington, adopt a non-committal position — “quiet diplomacy”. Binoy Kampmark reports.
A packed meeting in the heart of the PM's electorate has called on Labor to not repeat the mistake of the Iraq war by joining the United States-led war drive against China. Peter Boyle reports.
Reaction against the AUKUS nuclear submarine deal has been swift, reports Pip Hinman.
The United Nations Subcommittee on Prevention of Torture has again had to pull out of a planned inspection after NSW and Queensland refused it access to facilities. Paul Gregoire reports.
Foreign affairs minister Penny Wong told Senate estimates that she was happy to defer to Washington on whether or not the B52s stationed in Australia would carry nuclear weapons. Binoy Kampmark reports.
Australian Greens foreign affairs spokesperson Senator Jordon Steele-John has condemned Turkey’s latest aggression against Kurds in north and east Syria and in northern Iraq. Peter Boyle reports.
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