Michael Anderson takes sovereignty fight all the way to European courts
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Michael Anderson is taking his challenge of Australian sovereignty over his traditional land all the way to some of Europe's biggest courts.
Mr Anderson, from Goodooga in north west New South Wales, will travel to Europe this month in an attempt to prove the Euahlayi people should not be subject to Australian rule.
The tribal leader is due to have discussions at the International Court of...
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