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Australian Prime Minister set to woo Pacific leaders at annual forum

Reuters Tuesday, 13 August 2019
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison will on Wednesday arrive in Tuvalu, a tiny Pacific Island, to start wooing a region that Canberra fears is edging closer to China.
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