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Foreign Aid cut again


The Australian government has stripped out almost 4 billion dollars from its foreign aid budget in the latest cuts. 

Foreign aid is used in many countries to provide help to those in need and some have said the government should not look to further slashing its foriegn aid budget to reduce government spending. 

Panorama looked at the cuts at what they might mean for Australias international relations



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