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Australia PM says to replace 'failing' Indigenous policy

WorldNews Wednesday, 12 February 2020
Australia PM says to replace 'failing' Indigenous policySYDNEY: Australia is on track to meet just two of its targets aimed at improving the lives of its Indigenous people, including increasing life expectancy and improving literacy, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Wednesday. In 2007, Australia introduced seven targets designed to address inequalities that...
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