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Domestic news (The West Australian)
by NewsReader 11-02-2006

Defence Minister Brendan Nelson has rejected suggestions Australia is engaging in gunboat diplomacy by sending two warships to Fiji. Two ships, the HMAS Kanimbla and HMAS Newcastle, have left Australia and are sailing for South Pacific waters.

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