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Australia hits back as EU stops vaccine delivery, with bloc accused of 'tearing up the rule book'

Sky News Friday, 5 March 2021
Australia hits back as EU stops vaccine delivery, with bloc accused of 'tearing up the rule book'Australia has hit back at the EU's move to block a shipment of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine - suggesting the bloc was trying to "tear up the rule book". 
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