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May 19, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Qantas Links U.S. Bases to Airline Dispute: Qantas Airways has urged Australia's government to consider using the future of U.S. military bases in the country as a bargaining chip in a trade dispute over air services. The United States has threatened to cut three of Qantas' 10 Sydney-Los Angeles nonstop services in a dispute over which airlines should operate the route.
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May 19, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Qantas Links U.S. Bases to Airline Dispute: Qantas Airways has urged Australia's government to consider using the future of U.S. military bases in the country as a bargaining chip in a trade dispute over air services. The United States has threatened to cut three of Qantas' 10 Sydney-Los Angeles nonstop services in a dispute over which airlines should operate the route.
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October 2, 1989
Two hundred anti-nuclear protesters were arrested at a remote U.S.-Australian military base, bringing the total detained in three days of demonstrations to nearly 500. The intelligence-gathering facility at Nurrungar, 360 miles northwest of Adelaide, the capital of South Australia state, is considered by demonstrators to be a likely target in a superpower nuclear exchange.
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October 2, 1989
Two hundred anti-nuclear protesters were arrested at a remote U.S.-Australian military base, bringing the total detained in three days of demonstrations to nearly 500. The intelligence-gathering facility at Nurrungar, 360 miles northwest of Adelaide, the capital of South Australia state, is considered by demonstrators to be a likely target in a superpower nuclear exchange.
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