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Australia seeks to engage China over actor sentenced to death

Reuters Monday, 15 June 2020
Australia is seeking to engage China over the case of Karm Gilespie, an Australian man sentenced to death for drug trafficking, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Monday, amid escalating tensions between the countries.
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