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July 20, 2011 04:57

 
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CANBERRA - The Australian arm of News Corp will have to answer questions in Australia following the growing phone hacking scandal in the United Kingdom, Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard said on Wednesday.

"When there has been a major discussion overseas, when people have seen telephones hacked into, when people have seen individuals grieving have to deal with all of this, then I do think that causes us to ask some questions here in our country, some questions about News Ltd here, and obviously News Ltd has got a responsibility to answer those questions when they're asked," Gillard told reporters in New South Wales.

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