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CIA : U.S. Is 12th Fattest Nation on Earth
The Central Intelligence Agency has ranked the United States as the 12th fattest nation on earth, concluding that there is a higher percentage of fat people in the U.S. population than in the populations of any of the nations of Europe, Africa or the Americas.
Shinohara grabs Greco-Roman gold
“We don’t normally train for Greco-(Roman), but there’s a lot of things that translate to (freestyle).”. – Michael Shinohara, Team Guam 87-kg gold medalist. Cadets GR 55-kg Daiziel Detudamo, of Nauru, def. Dukeh Halstead, of Nauru, Round 1 Pin.
Taking Australia 's asylum seekers was a ` deal with the devil : ' former Nauru leader
(CNN) — The Nauru president who allowed Australia to reopen a controversial detention camp for asylum seekers on the tiny Pacific island has said that he made a "deal with the devil."
Corrections : Snakes or snacks ? Rugby team or air force ?
An Austin, Texas library is holding an “Anti Prom” event with snacks for guests. But, the Houston Chronicle explained that a local newspaper, Community Impact, wrongly reported they will have SNAKES.
Nauru former president regrets signing offshore processing deal with Julia Gillard
Sprent Dabwido is in Australia, having sought asylum to receive treatment for terminal cancer. The former president of Nauru has said he regrets signing a deal with Julia Gillard to establish offshore processing on his island almost seven years ago, which he said led to refugee deaths in the detenti
World : Pacific Syndromic Surveillance System Weekly Bulletin / Système de Surveillance Syndromique dans le Pacifique - Bulletin Hebdomadaire : W15 2019 -LRB- Apr 08-Apr 14 -RRB-
Source: World Health Organization Country: Australia, Cook Islands, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Fiji, French Polynesia (France), Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Micronesia (Federated States of), Nauru, New Caledonia (France), New Zealand, Niue (New Zealand), Northern Mariana Islands (The United St
Homeschool students present World 's Fair to share their knowledge on countries
GRANGEVILLE – It was a World’s Fair extravaganza at Centennial Evangelical Free Church last Tuesday, April 9. “Namaste,” greeted Kate Foster, bowing with her hands folded.
Accrington Stanley vs Luton Town live streaming : Watch online , preview , prediction & odds
Accrington Stanley vs Luton Town live streaming match details. If you want to watch Accrington Stanley vs Luton Town online, these are the live streaming instructions. Kick-off time: 5:30 pm, April 20, 2019 (UK time)
Is This the End of the Line for Nationalism in Australia ?
MELBOURNE, Australia — Just two months ago, Australia seemed destined for what the country’s commentariat calls a “Tampa” election. That’s local shorthand for a campaign characterized by race baiting and scare tactics about refugees — a term derived from the 2001 election a few months after the gove
Passing the Parcel : The European Union and Refugees in the Mediterranean
The modern UN Refugee Convention is now so flea-bitten it’s been put out to the garbage tip of history. At least the enthusiastic fleas think so, given their conduct as political representatives across a range of parliaments keen on barbed wired borders and impenetrable defences. Across Europe, the
ScoMo , Billbo do the dorky dad thing on Instagram
Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten are busy telling voters they have a "stark choice" at the election but on Instagram, which both are using for the first time in a far more sophisticated way, they look almost identical.
More voters is not more democracy
In the coming federal election a lot of voters will find the whole process a serious inconvenience. They won’t care who wins, won’t know who the candidates are, won’t know which parties are running and won’t vote to reflect their values. In Victoria and NSW, many will be confused by the fact that th
Newspoll : 52-48 to Labor
William Bowe is a Perth-based election analyst and occasional teacher of political science. His blog, The Poll Bludger, has existed in one form or another since 2004, and is one of the most heavily trafficked websites on Australian politics. View all posts by William Bowe.
Have we , Australia , become a country that breeds mass murderers with our words ?
I have only ever heard Behrouz Boochani’s voice through speakers. One day, he will stand here before us, and we will hear and see him in the flesh. As a free human being. And I am here today to say that day is coming.
There is no business like show business
The AFP's ties to the Coalition have almost turned our nation into a police state, using terrorism and immigration as political tools, writes Bruce Haigh. AS THE HOWARD REGIME progressed, through time it perfected the art of smoke and mirrors, reaching the art of the ridiculous under Prime Minister
2019 Federal Election
Ok so as we head to the ballot box next month, I thought I’d do a wrap up and review of last government we elected. I’ve done my best to categorise each section. I’ve left out a fair bit of stuff that’s only happened in the last two months or so.
Human rights advocate Professor Stuart Rees denounces attacks on WikiLeaks publisher
Emeritus Professor Stuart Rees has written the following comment condemning attacks by the political establishment and media on WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange. Rees addressed the Socialist Equality Party’s rally in defence of Assange and Chelsea Manning in Martin Place, Sydney on March 3.
O2 customer charged more than # 1,000 for hundreds of texts to Japan after his phone was hacked by scam artists
An O2 customer has been charged more than £1,000 on his mobile bill after his phone was hacked and used to send hundreds of texts to overseas numbers. Hackers were able to connect to Andrew Teebay’s phone after he clicked on a Google Chrome notification that was actually a virus that downloaded malw
The People -LRB- With Power -RRB- Versus Julian Assange
DON’T MISS ANYTHING! ONE CLICK TO GET NEW MATILDA DELIVERED DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX, FREE!. Establishment interests are lining up to condemn Wikileaks’ Julian Assange to an ongoing life of incarceration. Stuart Rees wonders aloud whether Australian leaders will discover a backbone.
How Australia 's ` everyday racism ' moved from political fringe to mainstream media
(CNN) — In the aftermath of the Christchurch attacks, the kind of racist comments usually found in the darkest corners of far-right chat sites were suddenly, stunningly, coming from the keyboard of an Australian senator.