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Papua New Guinea PM responds to Biden's 'cannibals' comment

Sky News Monday, 22 April 2024
Papua New Guinea's prime minister has accused Joe Biden of insulting his country after the US president implied his uncle had been eaten by cannibals on the island in the 1940s.
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