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Indonesia Slams Australia's Refugee Resettlement Refusal

Indonesia has criticised Australia's refusal to settle any of the thousands of people stranded at sea in south-east Asia.

 

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  • Duration05 Minutes

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Mga Rohingya na sakay ng bangka hinatak ng mga mangingisda palapit sa lupa malapit sa probinsya ng Aceh sa Indonesia

Philippines Can Accept Asylum Seekers

No stranger to hosting refugees, the Philippines can accommodate the current Rohingyas and Bangladeshis stranded off the seas of Southeast Asian countries.

 

That's the view of the defunct Philippine Refugee Processing Centre's Deputy Administrator Radito Manicad who dealt with the cases of Vietnamese asylum seekers in Bataan, Philippines in the 1980s. Manicad tells Eunice Andrada the Philippines shouldn't be afraid to take initiative.

 

Photo: Rohingyas in a boat towed closer to land by fishermen near Indonesia's Aceh province (Getty Images)

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  • Duration08 Minutes

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Mga migranteng kababiahan

'Friendship cafe' Helps Women Find New Lives

Sharing stories, making new friends, overcoming shared difficulties, learning new skills for new lives.

 

Women from migrant and refugee backgrounds are coming together to help each other settle into their new home.

 

Called a 'Friendship Cafe', it's been created for those who otherwise find it hard to overcome isolation and reach out to other women.

 

Photo: Migrant women (SBS)

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  • Duration04 Minutes

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Isang eksena mula sa pelikulang Jedda, noong 1955

Iconic Australian Film Returns to Cannes Silver Screen

Amid the pageantry of this year's Cannes Film Festival, one Australian film is marking a major milestone.

 

In 1955 an ambitious story about an Indigenous girl's search for identity was selected to compete for the festival's biggest prize.

 

Now, six decades later "Jedda" has returned to Cannes for a special screening.

 

Photo: A scene from the 1955 film, Jedda. (AAP)

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  • Duration03 Minutes

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Isang prototype ng Australyanong app na laban sa ekstremismo umabot sa pinale ng pandaigdigang kompetisyon laban sa karahasan

Australian Anti-Extremism App goes to Washington

The so-called war on terror has been fought in many corners of the world, but increasingly there's a battle happening online.

 

Young hearts and minds are being won over by organisations like Islamic State through slick propaganda videos and social media.

 

But a group of Australian university students might have a new weapon in the online arsenal to counter violent extremism propaganda - an app.

 

Photo: A prototype anti-extremism Australian app has made the finals of an international counter violence competition. (Supplied)

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  • Duration06 Minutes

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