Journalist John Pilger has spent the last three weeks watching Julian Assange’s extradition trial at London’s Old Bailey. Here's what he saw.
Why is the Australian press showing so little interest in the case of Julian Assange?
Good morning, early birds. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian has reportedly accused detained Australian journalist Cheng Lei of "endangering China's national security", and new analysis shows the federal aged care regulator passed several Victorian homes just months before they experienced a wave of COVID-19 cases and deaths. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Julian Assange continues to suffer under farcical charges and a predatory system, and the media chooses to looks the other way.
Good morning, early birds. The Andrews government has reportedly engaged a Silicon Valley tech group to rollout a new data managing system across the health department, and Australian banks will be directed by financial regulators to buy up to $240 billion of government debt. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Like him or not, the WikiLeaks founder represents things that need protecting.
Read an extract from the updated edition of The Most Dangerous Man in the World, Andrew Fowler's definitive book about Julian Assange.
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