Turkey is a land fond of conspiracy theories and Erdoğan’s labelling of people as “Gülenists” may simply be code for anyone who opposes his autocratic rule.
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It's back to school for Australia's politicians.
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Despite more women being preselected and on the tickets, this government and cabinet still has a historically low number of women representatives.
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Because what problem can't be solved by marginalising entire populations?
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Pokemon Go is the most successful mobile-based app in US history with millions of people around the world using it daily. What is driving this popularity?
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Australia shares the UK's ranking for modern slavery, according to the 2016 Global Slavery Index.
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Why even 'joking' about sexist or racist subjects has a harmful effect.
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