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What are the consequences of Australia’s involvement in the Iraq War?

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Following a 7 year inquiry into the Iraq War, the Chilcot report has just been released. 

The report is strongly critical of the decision to deploy troops in Iraq, saying it was based on flawed intelligence that should have been challenged.

Despite this, former Australian Prime Minister John Howard has strongly defended Australia’s involvement in the conflict. 

Should he be held accountable for the aftermath of the invasion? 

Luke Michael reports. 

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