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ADF inquiry probes claims SAS member planted gun on slain Afghan man’s body

By Dan Oakes And Sam Clark A secretive inquiry probing the activities of Australian special forces in Afghanistan is investigating allegations an SAS member gunned down an Afghan businessman and then planted a pistol on the body to make it look like self-defence. Click for Full Story: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-07-27/defence-inquiry-allegations-sas-afghan-killed-gun-planted/8745782

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Syrian refugee families to receive free visas in new trial

By Ashlynne McGhee Derar Alkhateeb, a university-qualified IT specialist, and his wife and child will be among 10 families offered a free visa in Australia under a new Federal Government trial for those fleeing the Syrian civil war. Click for Full Story: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-07-27/syrian-refugees-given-free-sponsorship-visa-in-government-trial/8747482

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Australia ‘very conscious’ of China’s spy ship navigation: Payne

By Stephen Dziedzic Defence Minister Marise Payne says Australia monitored a Chinese spy ship “very carefully” as the vessel observed military exercises between Australia and the United States earlier this month. Click for Full Story: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-07-27/australia-very-conscious-of-chinas-spy-ship-navigation:-payne/8747012

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