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Australian Dies After Court Win
World  (tags: government, Australian, Right to die, death, chest infection, Human Rights )

Dee
- 3586 days ago - news.bbc.co.uk
An Australian quadriplegic, who last month won a landmark legal right to starve to death, has died.
Date Set for Australia's Apology
World  (tags: aboriginals, australian, government, date set, apology, stolen generation )

Ali
- 4186 days ago - news.com.au
THE Federal Government will make a formal apology to members of the indigenous stolen generations on February 13.
Heath Ledger Found Dead in New York -Australia/USA
World  (tags: australia, usa, heath ledger, overdose, death, actor, australian )

Chrissy
- 4193 days ago - theage.com.au
Australian actor Heath Ledger has been found dead at his New York apartment in what authorities suspect may be a possible drug-related death. He was 28. The Oscar-nominated actor's body was moments ago removed from the apartment in Manhattan's SoHo
Australian Court Bans Japanese Whalers From Antarctic Sanctuary
World  (tags: Australian, Court, Bans, Japanese, Whalers, terrorism, government, environment, 'CIVILLIBERTIES!', usa, violence, middle-east, HumanRights, politics, war, world, bushadministration, politics, pentagon, military, freedoms, congress, americans, terrorism )

Tamme
- 4200 days ago - voanews.com
judge in Sydney has ruled that Japanese whalers in Antarctica are breaking Australian law, and has ordered them to stop their activities. The Federal Court decision applies to an Australian wildlife sanctuary that Japan does not recognize, and is unlike
Fake Osama Comes Within 30 Feet of Bush Hotel
World  (tags: Fake_Osama, Australian, security, Bush_hotel )

Pretty
- 4332 days ago - rawstory.com
Australian comedians dressed as Osama Bin Laden and other members of the terrorist's entourage organized a phony motorcade that was stopped only 30 feet from the hotel of President Bush, who is in Sydney for a summit meeting.
Hicks Withdraws US Abuse Claim
World  (tags: David Hicks, guiltyplea, terrorism, plea, bargain, australian, innocent )

Ali
- 4491 days ago - news.com.au
AUSTRALIAN terror detainee David Hicks agreed today to withdraw charges that he was abused while held by the United States as part of a plea deal that limits his prison term to seven years.
   

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