Brothers in Arms

The Turkish government is seeking World Heritage listing for Anzac Cove – where the WW1 battle of Gallipoli took place. Turkey believes the site to be of lasting moral value, in that it embodies a unique bond between former combatants. “Many countries had invaded Turkey in the past,” says ambassador to Australia, Tansu Okandan, “but in only one case have we allowed the foreign power to give its own name to a part of Turkey. That case is Anzac Cove.”  


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New Zealand Passes Zero Carbon Law

New Zealand Passes Zero Carbon Law

New Zealand has passed a law to reduce its emissions in a bid to become mostly carbon neutral by 2050, Britain’s Independent newspaper reports. The zero-carbon bill aims to tackle climate change…