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14
Jun
2017
UK Police
In the wake of terrorist attacks in France and England, both France and Britain are expected to toughen counterterrorism measures to try to contain the threat.
09
Jun
2017
Fishing trawler
Anti-slavery legislation is a good start, but if we want a future where goods are produced free of slavery it requires government, business and consumers to all be pulling in the same direction, Jolyon Ford writes.
09
Jun
2017
Bust of Sir Robert Garran
If you're studying for exams and feeling like you might need some luck, perhaps you should stop past the ANU College of Law's Law Library and rub the nose of Sir Robert Garran's bust.
09
Jun
2017
Peter O'Neill, Port Moresby, 2013 (Commonwealth Secretariat/Flickr CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
Papua New Guinea enters its 2017 national election at the back of one of the most contentious periods of its democracy. Prime Minister Peter O’Neill’s reign began unexpectedly in August 2011 after the then Prime Minister Sir Michael Somare was ousted by the PNG parliament following his long absence from the country due to illness.
09
Jun
2017
London Bridge
Islamic State has urged its supporters to conduct an all-out war against infidels in the West during Ramadan. The scale of Britain's problem is immense compared with Australia's writes Clive Williams.
08
Jun
2017
ANU ranked first in Australia, top 20 globally
The Australian National University (ANU) has reaffirmed its position as Australia’s top university and among the top 20 universities in the world.
08
Jun
2017
Fishing Boat
ANU experts will participate in a series of sessions the United Nations on safe and orderly migration, ahead of the establishment of a global compact on the issue.
08
Jun
2017
Aaron Zee
Fourth-year ANU Law and Commerce student Aaron Zee will spend a semester in Singapore after receiving a New Colombo Plan Scholarship and a place in the Singapore Global Leaders Program.
06
Jun
2017
Uluru
The Uluru statement can take Indigenous people beyond being subjects to their rightful place.
06
Jun
2017
Doctors performing surgery
Dr Fiona Tito Wheatland's research of the ‘Doctor Identity’ looks at the harmful belief that doctors are too smart to make mistakes and what it means for those who inevitably err.

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