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Wangaratta is using film, sport, and other tools to educate people – and to support its case for greater government support. Crystal meth, known as 'ice,' has fueled rising gang violence in the town of 17,000.
On the campaign trail, President-elect Trump repeatedly challenged the status quo regarding key US allies, including NATO, Japan, and South Korea. But his actual intentions are unclear.
A 1995 Australian law sacrificing freedom of speech to defend multiculturalism and ethnic harmony is under renewed fire from conservatives.
Though the arms business is booming in France, it is doing so by selling to human-rights violators – drawing the ire of the UN. A separate leak of submarine data also has potential clients questioning France's reliability.
Once seen as a visionary, Malcolm Turnbull has squandered a 10-point lead going into the July 2 parliamentary election. Early voting began Tuesday.
President Obama visits Vietnam and Japan this week. The US approach to security in the region is shifting as its friends in the region forge new ties among themselves.
No Australian government has signed a treaty with its indigenous population. But now in the state of Victoria, the premier sees a treaty as a way to enhance Aboriginals’ well-being and self-determination.
Australia plans to return 267 asylum seekers to offshore detention centers. But a group of churches is willing to break the law to help them stay.
Australia's wealthiest politician replaces unpopular Prime Minister Tony Abbott in the latest unseating by challengers from within party ranks.
If passed by Parliament, the citizenship of Australian dual nationals can be stripped for activity designated as terror. Muslim leaders call the laws discriminatory.
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