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Title Lateline: 16/08/10
Published Australia : ABC, 2010
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Summary ABBOTT AGREES TO ECONOMIC DEBATETony Abbott's agreed to an economic debate broadcast on the ABC as Labor held a low-key launch for their party faithful.INDEPENDENTS COULD DECIDE NATION'S FUTUREIndependent MPs including Tony Windsor and Bob Katter could hold the balance of power after August 21.PAKISTAN HEART-WRENCHING: BAN KI-MOONThe UN is urging the international community to speed up aid to the estimated 20 million people affected by flooding in Pakistan.MOSQUE OPPONENTS DECLARE OBAMA OUT OF TOUCHBarack Obama has weighed into the debate about a mosque near Ground Zero in New York.CHINA SET TO OVERTAKE JAPAN AS NUMBER 2 ECONOMYThe growth of the Japanese economy has slowed markedly because of weak global demand for Japan's exports
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2010-08-16 at 22:35:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Campaign promises.
Disaster victims -- Services for.
Election forecasting.
Flood damage.
International relief.
Political campaigns.
Australia.
Pakistan.
Form Streaming video
Author Abbott, Tony, contributor
Abdul-Karim, Ansar, contributor
Ahmad, Ejaz, contributor
Barlow, Karen, reporter
Bibi, Basminna, contributor
Bonade, Fran, contributor
Brown, Bob, contributor
Gillard, Julia, contributor
Harmsen, Nick, reporter
Hawke, Bob, contributor
Howard, John, contributor
Katter, Bob, contributor
Ki-Moon, Ban, contributor
King, Peter, contributor
Matsumura, H. (Hideki), contributor
Obama, Barack, contributor
Randall, John, contributor
Riches, Jim, contributor
Sales, Leigh, host
Sara, Sally, reporter
Swan, Wayne, contributor
Windsor, Tony, contributor
Yousuf, Mohammad, contributor
Zardari, Asif Ali, contributor