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Australian PM urges unity after surviving leadership challenge

Embattled Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull narrowly survived a leadership challenge as discontent with his rule boiled over

Australia elections: Rudd concedes defeat to Abbott

Prime Minister Kevin Rudd said he will step down as Labor leader because voters punished the party for internal warfare.

Rudd sets September 7 poll date

Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd called a September 7 general election on Sunday, barely six weeks after he toppled former leader Julia Gillard.

Australia PM Julia Gillard: It will be easier for the next woman

A teary-eyed Julia Gillard conceded to her Labour Party rival Kevin Rudd, and talked about what her term as prime minister might mean for other women.

Rudd resignation signals showdown with Gillard in Oz

The resignation of Australia's Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd has stoked speculation the country's government could be plunged into a new crisis.

Gillard ‘most unpopular Australian leader in 40 years’

A year after she ousted previous Labour leader Kevin Rudd, only one in four Australians say they would vote for her.

Task team probes resource tax for SA

It was Kevin Rudd's downfall in Australia, now the ANC takes a hard look.

Australia blames US over WikiLeaks

Australian Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd on Wednesday said the US, not WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, was to blame for the leak of secret cables.

Australia gets first woman PM after shock party coup

Wales-born lawyer Julia Gillard became Australia's first woman prime minister on Thursday after the once-popular Kevin Rudd fell to a party coup.

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