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24.08.2010

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Australia's involvement in the war in Afghanistan has overshadowed the political story in Canberra after news of another tragic incident involving Australian forces. Meanwhile it appears that Independent, Andrew Wilkie will take his place as the fourth MP on the cross benches after taking a decisive lead in the seat of Denison in Tasmania. Source: abc.net.au

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