China refuses to apologise for graphic image used to attack Australia | ABC News

A furious Prime Minister is demanding an apology from China after it used Twitter to attack Australia in the wake of a landmark war crimes inquiry.
A senior Beijing official tweeted a fake image depicting an Australian soldier holding a knife to the throat of an Afghan child.
Scott Morrison says China – Australia’s biggest trading partner – should be ashamed of itself.
It’s a new low in the relationship between the two countries.
Political editor Andrew Probyn has the details.

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