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Title 7.30: February 28, 2017
Published Australia : ABC, 2017
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Summary Michael Keenan On The Terrorism Arrest Of Haisem Zahab In Young<br />Minister for justice Michael Keenan joins 7.30 to discuss today's arrest of Haisem Zahab, an electrician from Young in NSW, who allegedly advised IS on the development of long-range missile technologies.<br /><br />Russian Protestors Fight Changes To Domestic Violence Law Amidst Conservative Push<br />Protestors in Russia are campaigning against the softening of the domestic violence laws in the country, but they do so in the shadow of an increasing push to turn Russia more conservative.<br /><br />Turnbull Blames Abbott's 'Outburst' For Falling Poll Numbers<br />Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is blaming Tony Abbott's recent attacks for the latest drop in the polls, with the federal government now trailing Labor by 10 points in two-party preferred terms in the latest Newspoll.<br /><br />Patterson, Perrett And Mckim On Recommendations To Change Racial Discrimination Act<br />Liberal MP James Paterson, Labor MP Graham Perrett and Greens Senator Nick McKim join 7.30 to discuss the recommendations handed down today by a parliamentary committee review into the Racial Discrimination Act.<br /><br />'Bikie' To Be Deported Had Incorrect Criminal Charged Listed Against Him<br />Paul Burgess has lived in Australia since he was two. But two months spent with the Comancheros bikie gang in 2014 was enough to see him slated for deportation. And the alleged list of crimes included an incorrect charge
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2017-02-28 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Deportation.
Gang prevention.
Human rights.
Form Streaming video
Author Goodenough, Ian, contributor
Grant, Stan, host
Paterson, James, contributor
Perrett, Graham, 1966- contributor
Zahab, Haisem, contributor