The deep, systemic problems within Australia’s juvenile justice system.
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After Andy Bodle spent thousands of dollars on escorts he met online, he had one more powerful desire left unfulfilled
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Welcome to Belen, where the poorest of the poor float for half the year on the floodplains of the Amazon.
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