Australia won't be intimidated in row with China - PM Morrison
Thursday, 11 June 2020 Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Thursday he would not be intimidated by "coercion" after China restricted some Australian exports and urged Chinese tourists and students to avoid Australia.
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Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison was interrupted during a news conference on Thursday by a man asking journalists to get off his lawn. The man then yelled from his door, telling journalists to..
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