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SBS World News Bulletin 31/10/19

SBS Thursday, 31 October 2019
SBS World News wraps up all the national and international news including; After weeks of civil unrest in Chile, the government withdraws from hosting two major international summits saying it needs to focus on re-establishing public order. Unprecedented "Red flag warning" issued in California. High winds fuel raging fires. Ronald Reagan Presidential Library under threat. "Ill-advised remarks" .. China hits out at Australia's Foreign Minister for calling out Human Rights abuses. And a senior doctor slammed for comments on women in medicine -- an SBS exclusive.
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