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'No justice' over Bali Nine bribe claims
Sky News Australia

'No justice' over Bali Nine bribe claims

Indonesia's Judicial Commission has failed in its duty to investigate claims of corruption in the sentencing to death of Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan, their lawyer says. Todung Mulya Lubis on Monday night gave a lecture to Melbourne ... Sky News Australia, 1 month ago

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Canberra Times

Corby's attitude cruelled Bali Nine pitch

Schapelle Corby's attitude towards Indonesia had made it very difficult for Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran to win support at the highest levels of the Indonesian government in their bid to avoid the firing squad. Former Indonesian constitutional ...
 Canberra Times1 month ago Schapelle Corby made it harder to save Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran  Melbourne Age1 month ago Corby influenced Bali Nine fate  Yahoo! News Australia1 month ago
Canberra Times

Keenan to discuss Islamic State in Jakarta

Jakarta: Justice Minister Michael Keenan will warn of the grave threat of foreign terrorist fighters and the spread of violent extremism during an historic visit to Jakarta this week, saying Australia has much to learn from Indonesia. Mr Keenan is ...
 Canberra Times1 month ago
Canberra Times

Tear down online IS propaganda: minister

Jakarta: Justice Minister Michael Keenan has called for Islamic State propaganda used to groom recruits online to be torn down and replaced with an online "counter-narrative to the violent and barbaric ideology". "We know [ "We've absolutely ...
 Canberra Times1 month ago Minister sees regional role in 'tearing down' Islamic State propaganda online  Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Art and incarceration

A group of teenage boys stand in a line, posture ragged as schoolboys. They could be lining up for class, or for punishment, or, in this case, a mixture of the two. At a signal from their instructor, they yell in unison. "Why should I play the Roman ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 day ago Art and incarceration: young offenders unlock their creativity  WA Today3 days ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Australian Federal Police dobs more than 1800 suspects to death penalty states

The Australian Federal Police have put more than one person at risk of the death penalty every day for the past five years by co-operating with foreign police forces in countries, mainly in Asia, that execute offenders. The vast majority of the ...
 Sydney Morning Herald4 weeks ago AFP tells death penalty states of 1847 suspects  Melbourne Age4 weeks ago Death penalty: Australian Federal Police dobs 1847 suspects  Sydney Morning Herald4 weeks ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Joko urged to pay Australia urgent visit to improve ties

Jakarta: Indonesian President Joko Widodo should urgently visit Australia to reset relations at the highest levels, a former Indonesian vice-foreign affairs minister says. The comments came as Prime Minister Tony Abbott said he expected to meet Mr ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago Joko 'Jokowi' Widodo urged to pay urgent visit to Australia to improve ties  Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago Joko urged to pay urgent visit to improve ties  Canberra Times1 month ago
Melbourne Age

Psychiatrist's sudden resignation delays murder trial

A leading forensic psychiatrist known for his work with some of Australia's worst mass killers has resigned suddenly due to ailing health, forcing lengthy delays to a significant ACT murder trial. Professor Paul Mullen's resume reads like a who's ...
 Melbourne Age1 month ago Psychiatrist Paul Mullen's sudden resignation delays Christopher Navin's murder trial  Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago
Northern Territory News

Bali judge regrets death penalty

Anti death penalty ... Professor Jimly Asshiddiqie says he is sorry he couldn't get the death penalty abolished in Indonesia. Picture: Twitter Source: Twitter FORMER Indonesian judge, Professor Jimly Asshiddiqie, has told of his regret that he could ...
 Northern Territory News1 month ago
The New Daily

Aust-Indonesia ties ready to bounce back

Bilateral relations between the two nations deteriorated following the Bali Nine execution. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has met with her Indonesian counterpart Retno Marsudi for the first time since the Bali Nine executions. Australian ...
 The New Daily2 months ago
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