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Breakfast - 2013-11-27 MP3

Papers update with James Carleton. Sport with Warwick Hadfield. 'Deterioration' in Australian detention facilities: UN. Who will dismantle Syria's weapons? AM with Tony Eastley. To tax or not to tax? Politics with Paul Bongiorno. 'Kakadu Man' author dies. Alcohol and Other Drugs Council enters administration. Exporting Australian healthcare. David Knox: 2014 program line-ups revealed. Victoria: Ken Smith retains spea... Source: abc.net.au

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