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This map shows the extent of the Australians stranded abroad, desperate to come home

SBS Wednesday, 2 September 2020
As thousands of Australians plead with the government to increase the cap on international arrivals so they can return home during the coronavirus pandemic, a new campaign shows just how widespread the situation is.
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This map shows the extent of the Australians stranded abroad, desperate to come home

As thousands of Australians plead with the government to increase the cap on international arrivals so they can return home during the coronavirus pandemic, a...
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