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Title Lateline : 10/04/13.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2013 April 10 at 22:30:00.

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Physical description 1 streaming video file (39 min. 5 sec.) ; 237689214 bytes
Summary TREASURER WARNS OF MORE DEFICITS The Treasurer Wayne Swan has warned that the budget is likely to be in the red for at least the next four years. OPPOSITION CALLS FOR CARR APOLOGY The Federal Opposition has called for Foreign Minister Bob Carr to apologise to the family of the late Baroness Thatcher for saying Margaret Thatcher had made racist remarks during a conversation with him. PLAN FOR THATCHER FUNERAL Europe correspondent Philip Williams discusses what arrangements are being made for Margaret Thatcher's funeral on April 17th. GOVERNMENT DEFENDS BORDER PROTECTION POLICY The arrival of an asylum boat in one of WA's busiest regional ports has already fired up the heated debate over border protection. DAY 3 OF HUNGER STRIKE The condition of 26 refugees in a Melbourne immigration detention centre who have been on a hunger strike for 3 days has deteriorated and 2 have been hospitalised. HIGH COMMISSIONER SAYS SRI LANKANS DON'T NEED TO SEEK ASYLUM Admiral Thisara Samarasinghe, the Sri Lankan High Commissioner to Australia discusses why Sri Lankan asylum seekers are coming to Australia and says he doesn't think any Sri Lankans need to seek asylum now that the war is over and the country is progressing well. NURSES BRUTALLY MURDERED 40 YEARS AGO Two men suspected of brutally murdering two nurses near Toowoomba in the mid-1970s have denied involvement. SPY SAYS THREATS ARE TO PROP UP NEW PRESIDENT A former North Korean spy says the threats of war and nuclear attack from Pyongyang are all about propping up the new young President, Kim Jong-Un. RELIGIOUS TENSIONS FLARE IN EGYPT The Coptic Christian Pope has launched an attack on Egypt's Islamist President, Mohammed Mursi saying he failed to prevent deaths when Muslims and Christians clashed in the streets of Cairo.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Jones, Tony, host.
Brown, Matt, reporter.
Hassett, Shaun, reporter.
Iggulden, Tom, reporter.
Mellor, Leonie, reporter.
O'Connor, Andrew, reporter.
Williams, Philip, reporter.
Bakhoum, Abune, contributor.
Barnett, Colin, contributor.
Bishop, Julie, contributor.
Clare, Jason, contributor.
Hockey, Joe, contributor.
Hyung-hee, Kim, contributor.
Ibrahim, Sanura, contributor.
Rashid, Simone Hosni, contributor.
Romani, Um, contributor.
Rossiter, Garry, contributor.
Rossiter, Mark, contributor.
Samarasinghe, Thisara, contributor.
Swan, Wayne, contributor.
Wilson, Eric, contributor.
Wong, Penny, contributor.
Subject Boundary disputes.
Budget deficits -- Political aspects.
Emigration and immigration -- Government policy.
Espionage.
Funeral service -- Planning.
Violence -- Religious aspects.
News and Current Affairs.