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Secular protesters are returning to the streets of Egypt, speaking out against severe new laws aimed at limiting dissent. Egypt's military backed government is attracting global condemnation for a new law cracking down on demonstrators. Security forces dispersed protesters for the third day running, using tear gas and water cannon. Scores have been arrested and some remain missing. Source: abc.net.au
In the Northern Territory, the Country Liberals leader Terry Mills went out of his way in his victory speech on Saturday night to thank Indigenous Australians for their support in getting his party back into power. For its part Labor must work out how it lost the remote electorates that were always considered Labor strongholds and whether the loss will translate into the federal sphere.
The Federal Opposition is maintaining its attack on the Defence Minister Stephen Smith, alleging current defence members share the highly critical views aired by three former senior officers. The Opposition Senator Gary Humphries says current ADF personnel have shared their views with him privately but he won't break their confidence. Mr Smith has received support from the former Coalition Defence Minister Brendan Ne...