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Title 7.30: 07/07/14
Published Australia : ABC, 2014
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Summary ARREST OF MURDER SUSPECTS HAS ISRAEL FEARING RETURN TO VIOLENCEThe arrest of suspects accused of murdering a Palestinian in what's believed to be a revenge attack over the killing of three Jewish teenagers has the country fearing a return to the more violent days of the conflict.HANDING ASYLUM SEEKERS TO SRI LANKAN NAVY MAY NOT BE LEGAL SUGGESTS HUMAN RIGHTS LAWYERThe Government's decision to hand 41 asylum seekers to the Sri Lankan navy may not be legal and may be putting lives at risk according to human rights lawyer David Manne.PALMER UNITED FLEXES MUSCLES ON NEW SENATE'S FIRST DAYOn the new Senate's first day, the Palmer United Party joined with Labor and the Greens to frustrate the Government's attempt to vote to scrap the carbon tax, although it seems to be a case of when not if the tax will go.TRANSGENDER YOUNG PEOPLE GET FRESH SUPPORT IN FIGHT FOR ACCEPTANCETransgender people are at greater risk of mental health problems and, at worst, suicide, prompting a new support service to be launched
Event Broadcast 2014-07-07 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Carbon taxes.
Gender identity -- Social aspects.
Jurisdiction (International law)
Murder victims' families.
Refugees -- Civil rights.
Renewable energy sources -- Government policy.
Terrorism -- Social aspects.
Sri Lanka.
Form Streaming video
Author Ferguson, Sarah, host
Cooper, Hayden, reporter
Lane, Sabra, reporter
Schafter, Monique, reporter
Abetz, Eric, contributor
Davis, David, contributor
Fraser, Bernie, contributor
Ittael, Frankel, contributor
Khdair, Suhu Abu, contributor
khdair, Tariq Abu, contributor
Lambie, Jacqui, contributor
Manne, David, contributor
Matar, Nadia, contributor
Palmer, Clive, contributor
Wiggins, Jeremy, contributor
Wong, Penny, contributor