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US, UK, and Australia announce deal on nuclear submarines

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President Joe Biden and the leaders of Australia and the United Kingdom on Monday announced that Australia will purchase nuclear-powered attack submarines from the US in a deal estimated to total around €342 billion to modernise its fleet amid growing concern about China’s influence in the Indo-Pacific.
Published 15 days ago · San Diego, United States

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