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Australia urges probe into origins of coronavirus, France says not now

Reuters Wednesday, 22 April 2020
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison sought support for an international investigation into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic in phone calls with U.S. President Donald Trump and the German and French leaders, Canberra said on Wednesday.
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