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Afghanistan has signed a long-delayed bilateral security agreement with the United States, and a status of forces agreement with NATO.
The Palmer United Party has successfully launched a Senate inquiry into the Queensland government's use of federal funds.
Former Australia defender Simon Colosimo has retired from the professional game, Professional Footballers Australia announced.

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