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25.11.2013

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Defence abuse taskforce receives over 2,400 complaints MP3

It's exactly a year since Australia's Parliament apologised to the victims of abuse in the armed forces. Along with saying 'sorry', the government set up a task force to hear complaints and make reparations to those abused since the 1950s. So far, the task force has received more than 2,400 complaints, and at least 18 matters referred to police for prosecution. Source: abc.net.au

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