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7.30: April 26, 2016

ABC April 26, 2016

News and current affairs

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Stories include, 'Interview: Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull', 'French company DCNS wins Australia's $50b submarine contract', 'Black Comedy star Nakkiah Lui on how humour is ...

Stories include, 'Interview: Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull', 'French company DCNS wins Australia's $50b submarine contract', 'Black Comedy star Nakkiah Lui on how humour is sparking fresh thinking on Indigenous issues' and 'PNG Supreme Court finds the detention of asylum seekers on Manus Island is illegal'. INTERVIEW: PRIME MINISTER MALCOLM TURNBULL Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull speaks with Leigh Sales. FRENCH COMPANY DCNS WINS AUSTRALIA'S $50B SUBMARINE CONTRACT Australia's largest defence project contract in history has been won by French company, DCNS. The much anticipated $50 billion contract ensures the 12 new submarines will be built at Adelaide's Osborne shipyards. BLACK COMEDY STAR NAKKIAH LUI ON HOW HUMOUR IS SPARKING FRESH THINKING ON INDIGENOUS ISSUES One of the stars of the ABC's Aboriginal sketch comedy series, Black Comedy, is the multitalented Nakkiah Lui. The former law student is also an award winning playwright and writer and a passionate advocate for the rights of Indigenous Australians. PNG SUPREME COURT FINDS THE DETENTION OF ASYLUM SEEKERS ON MANUS ISLAND IS ILLEGAL The MP for Manus Island, Ronnie Knight, says the court ruling finding Papua New Guinea's detention of asylum seekers illegal was an inevitable decision.

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Lateline: October 18, 2017

ABC October 18, 2017

News and current affairs

9-10
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Raqqa Reclaimed: What Now For Islamic State In Syria? After more than four years under the rule of the so-called Islamic State, the Syrian city of Raqqa is almost free. The ...

Raqqa Reclaimed: What Now For Islamic State In Syria? After more than four years under the rule of the so-called Islamic State, the Syrian city of Raqqa is almost free. The terrorist group is a diminished force, but it is still fighting in other parts of the country. Michael Vincent reports. Interview: Vanessa Cramond Emma Alberici speaks to medical emergency manager in Syria for Medecins Sans Frontieres, Vanessa Cramond, about the ongoing humanitarian situation in Raqqa. Foreign Fighters Face Uncertain Fate After Fall Of Raqqa Several hundred foreign fighters face an uncertain fate in the wake of the fall of Raqqa. The greater question of who will conrol areas of Syria and Iraq that Islamic State once held also needs to be answered, in the aftermath of the Iraqi government retaking Kirkuk from the Kurds. Michael Vincent reports. Interview: Martin Chulov Emma Alberici speaks to journalist Martin Chulov, who covers the Middle East for the Guardian, about the unfolding situation in Raqqa. Interview: Mitch Fifield Emma Alberici speaks to communications minister Mitch Fifield about the record number of complaints about the NBN received by the telecommunications ombudsman.

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