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Bomber Hambali 'will face justice'

Tue, 2008-11-04 21:50
Paul Maley | November 05, 2008A PROMISE by both presidential candidates to shut Guantanamo Bay will not stop alleged Bali bomber Hambali from facing trial, with prosecutors saying they are on track to charge the terror suspect by year's end.The chief prosecutor of the US Military Commissions, Colonel Larry Morris, said the election could have some bearing on the future of the controversial terror jail, but he remained confident Hambali would be dealt with."I am not concerned he won't face justic

Great Barrier Reef could adapt to climate change, scientists say

Sat, 2008-11-01 02:28
Paul Maley, The Australian 1 Nov 08; THE prediction of a prominent marine biologist that climate change could render the Great Barrier Reef extinct within 30 years has been labelled overly pessimistic for failing to account for the adaptive capabilities of coral reefs. University of Queensland marine biologist Ove Hoegh-Guldberg said yesterday that sea temperatures were likely to rise 2C over the next three decades, which would undoubtedly kill the reef. But several of Professor Hoegh-Guldberg's

Headline: Migrant intake cut flagged

Thu, 2008-10-09 22:58
The Australian, pg 1. Paul Maley and Verity Edwards. 10 October 2008. Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has raised the possibility of slashing Australia's record high intake of migrants should the global financial crisis plunge the economy into a sustained downturn. TheMr Rud said Australia's overall migrant intake, which is set annually in the lead-up to the May budget, would be determined according to the financial conditions that prevailed at the time.

11 August SWJ News, Op-Ed, and Events Roundup

Mon, 2008-08-11 12:16
IRAQ Iraq Private Sector Falters - Campbell Robertson, New York Times Hampered by years of violence, a decimated infrastructure, a lack of foreign investors and a flood of imports that undercut local businesses, Iraq’s private sector, particularly its small non-oil economy, has so far failed to flourish as its American patrons had hoped. In its absence, the Iraqi government has been sustaining the economy the way it always has: by putting citizens on its payroll. Since 2005, according to federal

More than people are expected to turn out Sunday for the GE K Petit

Sat, 2008-08-09 03:05
More than people are expected to turn out Sunday for the GE K Petit August 9th, 2008 Paul Maley ASIO repeatedly advised the Howard Mylanta cherry that Indian terror suspect Mohamed Haneef had no knowledge of botched terror attacks. Mehta, one of the squad’s veteran players, triggers the attack from her starting spot at left halfback. Border px solid D D D. Troublemakers at Woodlands, a lovely old country house run as a.