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Australian Authorities Cracked Down on Christmas Island Detainees After a Riot and Tense Standoff
Rioters could be charged with causing, in Immigration Minister Peter Dutton's estimation, "well over $1 million of damage" to the center.
We Spoke to a Guy Teaching the Queensland Police About Islamic Culture
With counter-terrorism operations producing a surprisingly low number of convictions, Queensland Police are learning the difference between what's suspicious and simply unfamiliar.
Dark Web Guns Bust: Over a Dozen Arrested in Undercover Operation
An international effort saw arrests in Australia, Europe, the UK, and North America.
Breaking Down the Official Review of the Siege in Martin Place
The story it tells of the 'Sydney siege' gunman, particularly of his encounters with ASIO and the AFP, is deeply strange.
Indonesia Rejected Andrew Chan’s Final Appeal for Clemency
Chan's plea for clemency was rejected earlier this month. As an alleged ringleader of the Bali Nine drug smuggling ring he will now face imminent execution.
Cautious Optimism, Measured Dread
Despite all indications to the contrary, anti death penalty advocates believe there is still hope that Australian citizens Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran will escape execution in Indonesia.
Empty Houses and Pipe Bombs: How Australia Debates
The Budget Emergency is so dire politicians are bringing bombs to work, spying on each other, and spending hundreds of thousand of dollars on housing.