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Title Lateline : 15/10/12.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2012 October 15 at 22:35:00.

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Physical description 1 streaming video file (36 min. 18 sec.) ; 219665219 bytes
Summary LEADERS ON FOREIGN TRIPS Prime Minister Julia Gillard travelled to Afghanistan where she made a surprise visit to Australian troops as well as meeting with president Hamad Kazai, while the Opposition leader was in Indonesia talking about cooperation between the two nations on trade and dealing with asylum seekers. TONY ABBOTT FAILS TO MENTION THE BOATS Confirms that Indonesian Foreign Minister Marty Natalagewa has said Tony Abbott did not raise the issue of asylum seekers attempting to travel to Australia via Indonesia in boats, in talks with the president. FWA ACTION AGAINST THOMSON Former Labor MP Craig Thomson is under more pressure tonight after Fair Work Australia launched action against him in the Federal Court. ERIC ABETZ ON FWA THOMSON DECISION Opposition Senate Leader Eric Abetz discusses Tony Abbott's visit to Indonesia and the decision by Fair Work Australia to pursue MP Craig Thomson to recover HSU money he allegedly spent on entertainment and escort services. WA LAUNCHES FIRST PAEDOPHILE REGISTER Australia's first official public sex offender registry has gone live from Perth despite warnings from psychologists that it will lead to vigilantism. PAKISTAN GIRL FLOWN TO BRITAIN A Pakistani girl who was shot in the head by Taliban militants last week has been airlifted to Britain for medical treatment. AFGHAN WOMENS' RIGHTS CAMPAIGNER SHINKAI KAROKHAIL Shinkai Karokhail, a member of Afghanistan's National Parliament and a vocal campaigner for women's rights, discusses the situation in Afghanistan. RUPERT TWEETS SCUMBAG CELEBRIES The media mogul Rupert Murdoch has caused a stir on Twitter by labelling some phone hacking victims as "scumbag celebrities". SIHANOUK DEAD AT 89 One of Asia's longest-serving monarchs, Cambodia's former King, Norodom Sihanouk, has died in China at the age of 89.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Alberici, Emma, host.
Daniel, Zoe, reporter.
Iggulden, Tom, reporter.
Stewart, John, reporter.
Sturmer, Jake, reporter.
Abbott, Tony, contributor.
Abetz, Eric, contributor.
Barnett, Colin, contributor.
Bowen, Chris, contributor.
Clare, Jason, contributor.
Gillard, Julia, contributor.
Hague, William, contributor.
Johnston, Hetty, contributor.
Karokhail, Shinkai, contributor.
Milnes, Genevieve, contributor.
Natalegawa, Marty, contributor.
Roberts, George, contributor.
Roberts, Michelle, contributor.
Stewart, Andrew, contributor.
Subject Commerce -- International cooperation.
Girls -- Education.
Political parties -- Law and legislation.
Refugees -- Political aspects.
News and Current Affairs.