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AM - Full Program - 12/06/2013 MP3

AM is Australia's most informative morning current affairs program. Each morning it covers the stories the other current affairs teams follow for the rest of the day. Source: abc.net.au

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    Australian beef has been implicated in a recall of mince in the United States after the meat tested positive for the potentially deadly E. coli bacteria. It's still unclear whether Australian meat was the source of the contamination.

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  • Australian convicted of murder to spend 20 years in Afghan prison

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    Afghan prison officials have promised to ensure the welfare of an Australian man convicted of murder. Former soldier, Robert Langdon was found guilty of murdering an Afghan colleague who worked with a private security company. Langdon's original death sentence was reduced to 20 years jail.

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  • IMF warns China reliance a risk

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    The International Monetary Fund has flagged risks about Australia's reliance on the China-fuelled resources boom. The IMF says the Government should broaden the coverage of the mining tax and consider more consumption taxes.

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  • Federal Government warns activists

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    The Attorney-General Nicola Roxon has welcomed Japan's decision to release three anti-whaling activists but she's warned protest groups there's no guarantee that they will get lenient treatment if they board Japanese vessels in the future. She also says getting the protesters back to Australia will be a complex logistical exercise.

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  • ECB cash injection lowers Spanish, Italian debt costs

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    The injection of almost 500 billion euros into the banking system by the European Central Bank late last year appears to have fed into much reduced short-term debt costs for Italy and Spain in their latest bond auctions. However hedge funds are still making financial bets on when and by how much Greece will default. And analysts say it will be the ongoing cost of 10 year Italian and Spanish bonds that will determine ...

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