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Former Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke Dies At 89

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Former Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke Dies At 89

Former Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke Dies At 89

Australia's third-longest serving prime minister died at his home in Sydney on 16 May.

The popular left-wing lawmaker led the country from 1983 to 1991.

During that time, he boosted Australia's economy, established a universal healthcare system and fought to protect the environment.

Former Prime Minister Julia Gillard called him "the greatest peacetime leader Australia has ever had".

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