Gold Coast siege ends after 18 hours, US-Australia AUSMIN talks | 9 News Australia

Gold coast siege ends after 18 hours, us-australia ausmin talks | 9 news australia

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Queensland police have arrested a man following an 18-hour siege. The 46-year-old threatened to explode a gas bottle after locking himself in a townhouse complex in Labrador. Military cooperation discussions between the US and Australia have ended successfully during their AUSMIN talks, with the two nations increasing rotations of US forces in Australia and the Indo Pacific region.

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