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SBS World News bulletin: 4/10/18

SBS Thursday, 4 October 2018
SBS World News wraps up local and international events including: Homeless, heartbroken and alone. Earthquake survivors bury their dead in Indonesia as time's all but run out for those still missing. The FBI concludes its investigation into Brett Kavanaugh without interviewing him or his accuser and Australia takes aim at Russia over "reckless" cyberattacks.
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