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12 Jun 2:00am Patients sleep under the stars in long queue for medical visas | Stefanie Glinski
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Sick and elderly Afghans queue outdoors for several nights for their chance to get into Pakistan for medical care Surrounded by barbed wire and without shelter from rain or dust, outside Pakistan’s embassy, hundreds of sick Afghans pass days and nights waiting for their visa appointment. Abdul Ajan is first in the queue for when the embassy opens the next morning, squeezed into a space that smells of urine and is littered with rubbish and stale bread.
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12 Jun 1:23am Hong Kong protest: debate on extradition bill delayed after tens of thousands of people protest – live
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Tens of thousands of people have gathered in Hong Kong for protests as politicians debate legislation critics fear will allow extradition to China
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12 Jun 1:20am Government could buy Aboriginal flag copyright to settle dispute, lawyer says
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Fiona Phillips says legal status of flag image is a ‘unique situation’ that requires a public policy solution A leading copyright lawyer says the Australian federal government could step in to settle the current dispute over who can reproduce the Aboriginal flag, by buying out all the rights to license the image. Former CEO of the Australian Copyright Council Fiona Phillips says the legal status of the Aboriginal flag is a “unique situation” that requires a public policy solution.
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12 Jun 1:00am The Five Star experiment has failed us. Now Italy needs real political change | Francesco Grillo
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The upstart populist party promised to pioneer digital politics and focus on the environment. But we’ve seen none of that
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12 Jun 1:00am Revealed: Mobil sought to fight environmental regulation, documents show
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Oil giant looked to make tax-exempt donations to universities and civic groups in the early 1990s to promote the company’s interests
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11 Jun 11:26pm Hong Kong protest: debate on extradition bill delayed after tens of thousands of people protest – live
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Tens of thousands of people have gathered in Hong Kong for protests as politicians debate legislation critics fear will allow extradition to China
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11 Jun 9:00pm Indian villages lie empty as drought forces thousands to flee
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Sick and elderly left to fend for themselves with no end in sight to water crisis Hundreds of Indian villages have been evacuated as a historic drought forces families to abandon their homes in search of water. The country has seen extremely high temperatures in recent weeks. On Monday the capital, Delhi,
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