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Interview with Jawar Mohammed – Pt 2

Jawar Mohammed, Executive Director of the Oromia Media Network (OMN), talks about the role of the organization and his Australia tour.

 

  • Upload22 May 2015

  • Duration20 Minutes

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Report warns of worsening traffic problems in Australia

If it feels as though you're spending hours each week stuck in traffic- things are only set to get worse.

 

A landmark audit targeting Australia's transport systems has warned a massive investment is needed- to avoid a congestion crunch on some of the nation's busiest roads.

 

Feature by Hannah Sinclair

 

  • Uploaded22 May 2015

  • Duration02 Minutes

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What is to be done to help Ethiopian asylum seekers and refugees? Pt 3

In recent weeks the xenophobic attacks against Ethiopians in South Africa and the killing of more than 28 Ethiopians by Daesh in Libya has caused outrage and grief among Ethiopian citizens around the world. Ethiopians have also mourned for their citizens who have been killed in Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, and Yemen.

 

Our panellists Tsegaye Regassa (the former Senior Lecturer at Addis Ababa University and a PhD Candidate at University of Melbourne Law School), Aderajew Taklo (a PhD Candidate at University of Monash Law School), and Ayalew Hundessa (President of the Ethiopian Community Association of New South Wales) share their views about the role of the Ethiopian community, and the greater Ethiopian diaspora, to help victims.

 

  • Uploaded22 May 2015

  • Duration19 Minutes

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Interview with Jawar Mohammed – Pt 1

Jawar Mohammed, Executive Director of the Oromia Media Network, talks about the role of the organization and his Australia tour.

 

  • Uploaded18 May 2015

  • Duration14 Minutes

  • Download7MB

Israeli march in East Jerusalem sparks clashes

Violence has broken out between Israelis and Palestinians during demonstrations in occupied East Jerusalem.

 

Thousands of Israelis were marching through the Old City's Muslim quarter to mark what's known to the Jews as 'Jerusalem Day'.

 

It commemorates Israel's capture of the Arab eastern part of the city in the Six-Day War of 1967, and often experiences unrest.

 

Feature by Emma Hannigan

 

  • Uploaded18 May 2015

  • Duration02 Minutes

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