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Title Lateline : 08/09/11.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2011 September 08 at 22:30:00.

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Summary INQUIRY ATTACKS BRITISH ARMY OVER DEATH IN CUSTODY An independent inquiry has found that an Iraqi civilian who died in British Army custody suffered "an appalling episode of serious gratuitous violence". NSW POLICE DECIDE NOT TO INVESTIGATE THOMSON NSW Police have decided not to investigate the backbencher, Craig Thomson, over the use of his union credit card for prostitutes. ASYLUM SEEKERS NOT STOPPED BY OFFSHORE PROCESSING Asylum seekers in Indonesia say the Federal Government's plans to revive offshore processing won't stop them taking boats to Australia. GADDAFI PROMISES TO DEFEAT NATO Libya's fugitive leader Moamar Gaddafi has dismissed as lies and psychological warfare speculation he's fleeing to neighbouring Niger. SEPTEMBER 11 SURVIVOR DEVOTES HERSELF TO OTHERS Edie Lutnick and her two brothers worked at Cantor Fitzgerald, a Wall Street firm that lost 658 people in the September 11 attacks. Among the dead was her brother Gary. She has devoted the past decade to helping the families of victims and has now released _An Unbroken Bond_, a book based on her experiences. PUBLIC SECTOR WORKERS PROTEST NSW POLICY Thousands of teachers, nurses, firefighters and other government workers walked off the job today to march on State Parliament. ACCC OBJECTS TO POULTRY MARKETING The ACCC is taking action against the bulk of the poultry industry over the label 'Free to roam', alleging it is misleading. OKLAHOMA GROUP PUSHES BAN OF SHARIA LAW Muslim leaders in the US say their rights are being violated by a push to prohibit Oklahoma judges from considering Islamic law in deciding cases.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Jones, Tony, host.
Brown, Matt, reporter.
Herlt, Geanette, reporter.
Simkin, Mark, reporter.
Abbott, Tony, contributor.
Ahmadi, Mohammed Nasir, contributor.
Anson, Allanah, contributor.
Ashrafi, Baraheen, contributor.
Awad, Muneer, contributor.
Brown, Bob, contributor.
Enchassi, Imad, contributor.
Gillard, Julia, contributor.
Lennon, Mark, contributor.
Lutnick, Edie, contributor.
McMurtrie, Craig, contributor.
Nompo, Jamilah, contributor.
O'Farrell, Barry, contributor.
Robb, Andrew, contributor.
Robertson, John, contributor.
Suparno, Brigadier, contributor.
Swan, Wayne, contributor.
Weber, Scott, contributor.
Subject Charities.
Muslims -- Crimes against.
Protest movements.
September 11 Terrorist Attacks (2001)
Unemployment -- Social aspects.
Victims of terrorism -- Family relationships.
News and Current Affairs.