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Title Lateline : 16/06/14.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2014 June 16 at 22:35:00.

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Physical description 1 streaming video file (37 min. 8 sec.) ; 224950864 bytes
Summary COALITION SENATORS OPPOSE DEBT TAX Government senators, Cory Bernardi and Ian Macdonald, have voiced their opposition to the government's proposed imposition of a tax on people who earn more than 180 thousand dollars as a way of paying down government debt. ROYAL COMMISSION FOCUS SHIFTS TO JACKSON The Royal Commission into trade union governance and corruption has shifted its focus onto the Health Services Union and its high profile corruption fighter, National Secretary, Kathy Jackson. SHIA VOLUTEERS HEAD FOR FRONT LINES As the United States begins evacuating staff from its embassy in Baghdad, Shia volunteers are heading to the front lines to combat the Sunni militia which has seized large parts of the country. ISIS WANTS FULL BLOWN SECTARIAN WARFARE IN IRAQ Daniel Benjamin the Director of the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding at Dartmouth College who was previously Ambassador at Large and Coordinator for Counter terrorism at the U.S. State Department discusses the current situation in Iraq and says ISIS has been successful in promoting a sectarian war due to the weakness of the Iraqi army. ABBAS MUST HELP FIND ISRAELI TEENAGERS The Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has told the Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas, that he expects his help to find three Israeli teenagers who've gone missing in the West Bank. SCHUMACHER LEAVES HOSPITAL Formula One champion, Michael Schumacher, has left the French hospital in which he has been treated, since a devastating ski accident in December. REPORT ON CIA TO BE RELEASED WITHIN WEEKS Senator Diane Feinstein, the head of the US Senate Intelligence Committee says she believes a secret report into the CIA's extreme actions against terror suspects post 9 11 will be made public within weeks.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Alberici, Emma, host.
Brown, Matt, reporter.
Vincent, Michael, reporter.
Worsley, Ben, reporter.
Abbott, Tony, contributor.
Benjamin, Daniel, contributor.
Blair, Tony, contributor.
Bolano, Marco, contributor.
Clinton, Hillary, contributor.
Feinstein, Dianne, contributor.
Hardacre, Mark, contributor.
Kelly, Colleen, contributor.
Netanyahu, Binyamin, contributor.
Sahib, Abbas, contributor.
Shamsi, Hina, contributor.
Shorten, Bill, contributor.
Stoljar, Jeremy, contributor.
Subject Schumacher, Michael, 1969-.
United States. Central Intelligence Agency.
Legislators -- Selection and appointment.
Missing persons -- Investigation.
Political crimes and offenses.
Terrorism -- Religious aspects.
Reid technique.
News and Current Affairs.