- SBS - The World News
Each weekday morning and afternoon the World News offers you a five-minute video news bulletin with all the latest headlines from around the globe. On top of this, you can view every story from the previous night's 9.30pm bulletin.
The World News brings together the wealth of information, up-to-date news and features, including exclusive news transcripts from international broadcasters, multiple language audio features published daily by SBS News journalists in SBS Television, Radio and New Media.
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- The Age
The Age: national, world, business, entertainment, sport and technology news from Melbourne's leading newspaper.
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- RSS Feeds and Podcasts - australia.gov.au
An RSS feed is a simple method for staying informed about news and information updates on a website. Podcasts can deliver these updates in a downloadable audio file.
- Age journalist loses discrimination case - National - www.theage.com.au
A journalist has failed to prove she was overlooked for pay rises because of an alleged discriminatory "boy's club" culture at The Age newspaper. But Judge Susan Cohen of the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal today found The Age had discriminated against property editor Aileen Keenan by not providing her with a company car, which her predecessors had enjoyed.
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- Atefah Sahaaleh - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Atefeh Rajabi Sahaaleh (Persian: عاطفه رجبی صحاله) (lived 1988 to August 15, 2004) was a 16-year-old Iranian girl who was executed in Iran after being sentenced to death by an Iranian judge, Haji Rezai, for allegedly having committed "acts incompatible with chastity": Based on judicial records, by the time Atefeh was 16, she had been convicted five times of having sex with unmarried men , and for removing her hijab while arguing with her judge in court.
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- Environmental News and Humor | Grist Magazine | 22 May 2006
Grist: environmental news, advice, cartoons, a blog, and more that'll make you laugh out loud.
Provides environmental news, commentary, and advice with humor.
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- Home | The Onion - America's Finest News Source
An independent online newspaper with a refreshing and somewhat tongue-in-cheek view of world affairs. "A gem amongst all the garbage that is called independant online newspapers", says Will Shulba.
The Onion, America's Finest News Source, is an award-winning publication covering world, national, and * local issues. It is updated daily online and distributed weekly in select American cities.
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- Independent Media Center
Indymedia is a collective of independent media organizations and hundreds of journalists offering grassroots, non-corporate coverage. Indymedia is a democratic media outlet for the creation of radical, accurate, and passionate tellings of truth.
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- New Matilda
- Reporting America at War . Malcolm W. Browne . The Buddhist Protests of 1963 | PBS
"It was clearly theater staged by the Buddhists to achieve a certain political end. At the same time, there was a human element to it that was just horrifying, because the sequence of pictures showed the initial shock of the flames touching his face, and so forth. He never cried out or screamed, but you could see from his expression that he was exposed to intense agony, and that he was dying on the spot — and then, in the end, when the body was rigidly burned, they couldn't stuff him into a casket because he was splayed out in all directions. As shock photography goes, it was hard to beat. It's not something that I'm particularly proud of. If one wants to be gruesome about it, it was a very easy sequence of pictures to take."
- Voice Of America News
The Voice of America, which first went on the air in 1942, is a multimedia international broadcasting service funded by the U.S. government through the Broadcasting Board of Governors. VOA broadcasts more than 1,000 hours of news, information, educational, and cultural programming every week to an estimated worldwide audience of more than 100 million people.
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