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Australian Prime Minister John Howard (left) shakes hands with. U.S. Secretary of Defense The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, as the two meet in the Prime Minister's Courtyard at the Parliament House, Canberra, Australia, on July 30, 2001. Secretary Rumsfeld is in Australia to attend Australia-U.S. Ministerial (AUSMIN) talks and conduct meetings with high-level government military and civilian officials. Pictured background center is U.S. Secretary of State The Honorable Colin Powell and U.S. Navy Adm. Dennis C. Blair, Commander, U.S. Pacific Command background right. (DoD photo by TECH. SGT. Paul Holcomb) (Released)

Australian Prime Minister John Howard (left) shakes hands with. U.S. Secretary of Defense The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, as the two meet in the Prime Minister's Courtyard at the Parliament House, Canberra, Australia, on July 30, 2001. Secretary Rumsfeld is in Australia to attend Australia-U.S. Ministerial (AUSMIN) talks and conduct meetings with high-level government military and civilian officials. Pictured background center is U.S. Secretary of State The Honorable Colin Powell and U.S. Navy Adm. Dennis C. Blair, Commander, U.S. Pacific Command background right. (DoD photo by TECH. SGT. Paul Holcomb) (Released)

 
 

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