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AM - Full Program - 28/11/2013 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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    The Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard is also keeping a close eye on Korea. She's described North Korea's behaviour in recent days as beligerant and provocative, and she's called on China to use its influence to help calm the situtation. The Prime Minister is in China for a five day visit beginning with a business forum on the resort island of Hainan.

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  • Kodak's moment of truth

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  • Abbott under fire for Obama speech

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    The Government has criticised Tony Abbott's speech for the US president Barack Obama, accusing him of politicising the event. It's also ignored his suggestion that Australia should consider building a joint facility for US troops training in the Northern Territory. And the Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd has rejected China's criticisms of Australia's new military agreement with the US.

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