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Australia fires: Katie Swan on 'devastating' bushfires in country

BBC News Saturday, 11 January 2020 ()
British number six Katie Swan tells BBC Sport about preparing for the Australian Open in the midst of the 'devastating' bushfires in the country.
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News video: Surviving emu walks scorched earth of New South Wales, Australia

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An emu walks the scorched earth of this New South Wales farm which burned in the devastating Australian bush fires. "Bushfires have ripped through our farm in country NSW.

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