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Australia's President faced journalists

Julia Gillard, the predecessor he maligned for breaking promises.And his government can be fairly said to have stopped the boatloads of asylum seekers making their way to Australia from Indonesian ports.

This was achieved after several years, during which up to 1,000 people died on the journey. | | http:// | | | http:// | | | http:// | | http://http:// | http:// \ However, even that achievement has come at a cost to his personal reputation. Sending asylum seekers to Australian-run camps in Papua New Guinea and Nauru has ended in riots and one death. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | http:// | | | When he honored Prince Philip, the husband of the Queen of England, with a knighthood, the fuse of national anger ignited.
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