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Kevin Rudd condemns Malcolm Turnbull's 'irresponsible' commitment to North Korea conflict

The Age Sunday, 13 August 2017 ()
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has acted irresponsibly by giving the United States a "blank cheque" commitment to aid Australia's ally in a conflict with North Korea, former prime minister Kevin Rudd has said.
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News video: Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull Praises North Korea Sanctions

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull Praises North Korea Sanctions 01:24

Australian Prime Minister Turnbull on August 9 praised sanctions imposed on North Korea by the UN Security Council.During a joint press conference with Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg, Turnbull commented on the unanimous decision by the Security Council to punish the country for its nuclear...

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