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Audio: The IMEMC Weekly Report has been Released

The IMEMC Weekly Report has been Released. The report covers the period between September 17 - 23. The file is available for free download at our website at

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  • The headlines for this week are:

    • Despite Bush's Attack, Arafat's Popularity remains high

    • Following U.S. Assurances, Israel resumes the construction of the WB barrier

    • Tensions Mount in Israel as Disengagement Nears

    • Assassination Policy Resumes

    • The week in numbers

    Yours, IMEMC News

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    Gordon Campbell: Is This Guy The World’s Most Dangerous Thirtysomething?

    Saudi Arabia has long been regarded as a pillar of stability in the Middle East, and is the essential caterer to the West’s fossil fuel needs. It is also the country that gave us Osama Bin Laden, al Qaeda, and 15 of the 19 terrorists who carried out the 9/11 attacks... More>>

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    Non-Binding Postal Vote: Australia Says Yes To Same Sex Marriage

    Binoy Kampmark: Out of 150 federal seats, 133 registered affirmative totals in returning their response to the question “Should the law be changed to allow same-sex couples to marry?”. More>>

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    Bonn Climate Change Conference: Protecting Health In Small Island States

    The vision is that, by 2030, all Small Island Developing States will have health systems that are resilient to climate change and countries around the world will be reducing their carbon emissions both to protect the most vulnerable from climate risks and deliver large health benefits in carbon-emitting countries. More>>

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    Camp Shut Down: Refugees Must Be Rescued From Manus

    On 31st October 2017, the detention centre on Manus Island in which the Australian Government has been holding more than 700 refugees was closed, leaving those living there in a desperate situation. More>>

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    Rohingya Muslims Massacred: Restrictions On Aid Put 1000s At Risk

    Amnesty: The Myanmar authorities’ restrictions on international aid in Rakhine state is putting tens of thousands of lives at risk in a region where mainly Rohingya people are already suffering horrific abuses from a disproportionate military campaign. More>>

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