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This dark world: messaging app bans more than 350,000 child abusers and terrorists

Telegram, a messaging app favoured by those banned from more mainstream social media platforms, has removed hundreds of thousands of accounts since January.

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18 months on, Christchurch footage is still available on messaging platforms

White-supremacist content, including banned footage of the Christchurch terror attacks, has spread unchecked on messaging platforms while monitors look the other way.

Ahad Nabi addressing the Christchurch terrorist during his sentencing hearing (Image: AAP/John Kirk-Anderson)

After Christchurch: the culture that created evil remains hiding in plain sight

The Christchurch terrorist has been sentenced to life in prison, after a cathartic sentencing hearing. But the landscape that allowed the killers' ideas to enter the mainstream remains.

Lockdown protesters outside Parliament House in Melbourne (Image: AAP/Scott Barbour)

Supercharged conspiracy theorists are no longer a laughing matter

Conspiracy theorists are becoming more globalised, more extreme and more violent.

NZ PM Jacinda Ardern following the Christchurch terror attack (Image: AAP/Boris Jancic)

Christchurch one year on: Australia’s missed opportunity to fight the far right

Twelve months on from the Christchurch terror attacks, has anything changed?

Peter Dutton can’t tell left from right

Peter Dutton thinks Islamist terrorists are 'left wing'. But then, he has good reason not to want to talk about right-wing terrorism.

ASIO head Mike Burgess (Image: AAP/Darren England)

ASIO head addresses Australia from a dark shadow where accountability should be

ASIO heads are always "coming out of the shadows", but in fact remain hidden away from accountability and scrutiny.

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Meat you halfway?

This week: our fake meat future, a game changer for terrorism, the suicide epidemic in US jails, Austrians versus trucks, and melting Greenland.

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The government resumes its war on returning foreign fighters

The Australian government has for years tried to delay or block Australian citizens from returning from overseas war zones. Crikey looks at the legal hurdles still standing in the way.

Government pushes to block foreign fighters

Good morning, early birds. The Coalition is pushing for laws barring foreign fighters from returning to Australia, and New Zealand reaffirms its offer to take refugees detained on Manus and Nauru. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

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