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Title Lateline : 10/05/10.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2010 May 10 at 22:35:00.

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Physical description 1 streaming video file (34 min. 48 sec.) ; 211000634 bytes
Notes Closed captioning in English.
Summary RUDD ACCEPTS BLAME FOR BACKFLIPS, POLL PERFORMANCE On the eve of the pre-election budget and in the face of another poor opinion poll, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has fronted his colleagues and accepted responsibility for some recent unpopular decisions. EU AGREES ON MASSIVE GREEK RESCUE PACKAGE European Union finance ministers have agreed on a rescue deal worth more than 500 billion euros to stop the financial crisis in Greece from spreading to other fragile EU economies. BRITISH POLITICS REMAIN IN LIMBO Discusses the political uncertainty in Britain and the latest in negotiations to form government. BURKE CORRUPTION CHARGES THROWN OUT OF COURT All corruption charges against the former Western Australia premier Brian Burke, former Labor minister Julian Grill and a former senior public servant have been thrown out in the Supreme Court in Perth. ONE DEAD, FOUR MISSING IN FISHING TRAGEDY One woman is dead and a large search is underway for four other people missing after a fishing trip south of Newcastle. POLICE PROBE REPORTED ASYLUM SEEKER DROWNING Federal police are investigating claims that five asylum seekers drowned at sea after jumping into the Indian Ocean from their broken down boat. GERMANY BATTLES NUCLEAR WASTE DILEMMA Germany has recently reversed plans to phase out nuclear power by 2020, but is still trying to solve the problem of what to do with nuclear waste. DELICATE MIDDLE EAST PEACE TALKS RESUME After months of political deadlock, indirect peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians have begun, but cracks are already appearing. VIOLENCE AS PHILIPPINES GOES TO THE POLLS Elections in the Philippines have been marred by violence with six people killed, while voters have expressed frustration at problems with vote-counting machines that led to long queues.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Sales, Leigh, host.
Alberici, Emma, reporter.
Cooper, Hayden, reporter.
Fitzsimmons, Hamish, reporter.
Knight, Ben, reporter.
Krol, Claire, reporter.
West, Kesha, reporter.
Abbott, Tony, contributor.
Aburahman, Mohammed, contributor.
Almoog, Galia, contributor.
Atkinson, Caroline, contributor.
Brennan, Paul, contributor.
Burke, Brian, contributor.
Erekat, Saeb, contributor.
Gillard, Julia, contributor.
Hockey, Joe, contributor.
Hohn, Barbel, contributor.
Hondros, Nathan, contributor.
Joyce, Barnaby, contributor.
Kodarinis, Thanos, contributor.
Meridor, Dan, contributor.
Neal, Belinda, contributor.
Netanyahu, Benjamin, contributor.
Nording, Werner, contributor.
Parlitz, Annette, contributor.
Rehn, Olli, contributor.
Ries, Ivor, contributor.
Seidl, Johann, contributor.
Swan, Wayne, contributor.
Uhlmann, Petra, contributor.
Williams, Philip, contributor.
Wrede, Irmela, contributor.
Subject Budget -- Government policy.
Economic development -- Government policy.
International relations -- Social aspects.
Political parties -- Public opinion.
Radioactive waste disposal.
Radioactive waste disposal -- Planning.
News and Current Affairs.