Wednesday, March 12, 2014

wednesday newstrip

Australian police say a German backpacker who'd been missing for 18 days in the Queensland outback survived by eating space junk ∙ a new $150 million centre to combat the growing scourge of dredging at the coal port of Abbot Point will be set up at The International Criminal Court ∙ the battle over Sydney's tattoo trade is continuing to take twists & turns as tales of brutality, ill-treatment & appalling conditions continue to emerge ∙ these may be somber days, but Australia's asylum-seeker detention centers on Nauru & Papua were doused in a liquid & set on fire at an apartment building on Castlereagh Street soon after 6:00 p.m., lending light to the darkness.


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