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Australia to refocus international aid to health security on doorstep

Reuters Thursday, 28 May 2020
Australia will divert A$280 million ($185.25 million) in overseas aid this year to bolster the response of its closest neighbours to the coronavirus pandemic, with Canberra warning the stability of the Indo-Pacific region is at risk.
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