June 18th, 2015
Episode 207 of 629 episodes
Giles Tremlett reports from MOAS in the Mediterranean which has spent weeks rescuing asylum seekers from unseaworthy boats. How is it that Sudan President al-Bashir can swan around Africa while facing International Criminal Court charges of genocide and crimes against humanity? The story of aboriginal land rights in NSW is one of hope, optimism, despair and bitterness but it was also a turning point in Aboriginal politics.
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