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UN slams Australia's treatment of refugees

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Rudd's memoir speaks of Gillard and Latham

Rudd's memoir speaks of Gillard and Latham

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Claims Wilkinson asked for higher salary

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Youth Issues

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Why young Australians are giving us a bad name overseas

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Australians are fast growing a reputation for their bad behaviour overseas, with younger travellers copping much of the blame.

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Welfare groups warn of tough times as youth unemployment skyrockets

A woman walks past the Centrelink office in Marrickville, Sydney

Employment and welfare groups are warning that Australia's youth unemployment figures are increasing at an alarming rate.

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Royal commissioner Justice Peter McClellan says two-thirds of sexual abuse perpetrators in institutions are young people

The royal commissioner looking at child sexual abuse has told a Melbourne audience that two-thirds of the perpetrators of sexual abuse in institutions were children or young people.

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Youth Violence

By Sandra Kaltoum

It is becoming more and more apparent that the level of youth violence is increasing. Statistics show that 51 per cent of males aged between 15 and 24 have been assaulted,

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Egypt youths celebrate revolution in painting

Paintings all over Egypt chronicle the Jan. 25 Revolution and celebrate freedom

As all Egypt celebrates the victory of its people after they succeeded in forcing President Hosni Mubarak to step down, youths with artistic talents are vying for producing paintings that best represent their happiness and portray their newly-acquired freedom.

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Xenophon supports Youth Allowance roll back

Independent Senator Nick Xenophon says he will support a Coalition bill to roll back some of the Federal Government's changes to Youth Allowance.

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