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21.09.2011

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Australian Govt waits to make decision on UN Palestine vote MP3

The Australian Government says it will wait until a specific resolution is put to the UN before it makes a statement on Palestine. The Opposition says there is a moral obligation to oppose Palestinian membership of the UN. Source: abc.net.au

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