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Australia 'open for business' as cool change eases bushfire threat

Reuters Tuesday, 14 January 2020
Australia on Tuesday urged international tourists to put aside concerns about raging bushfires after the United States downgraded a travel warning, even as thick smoke disrupted preparations for the Australian Open in Melbourne.
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