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Australia removes Chinese cameras

Australia has ordered the removal of surveillance cameras made by Chinese manufacturers from its government buildings. Defense Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Richard Marles justified the decision by arguing that the cameras could pose a security risk to Australia. However, he also said that the matter should not be overstated.

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