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'Kids should be in school': Students attending climate protests come under fire from senior politicians

SBS Thursday, 14 March 2019
Thousands of Australian school students will miss school on Friday in strikes calling for more action on climate change - but a senior government minister has warned about adult activists "using and abusing" kids.
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