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Calls to ban Brunei airline from Australia in wake of death penalty for gay sex

SBS Thursday, 4 April 2019
A petition has been launched calling on the government to "commit to a ban on Royal Brunei from flying into and out of Australia", citing the danger of unwitting Australians falling victim to the harsh laws.
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News video: Ardern: Brunei's new death penalty for gay sex 'fly in the face' of human rights

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New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern denounces Brunei's decision to implement Islamic laws that would allow death by stoning for adultery and homosexuality. No reporter narration.

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