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Djokovic concerned about smoke at Australian Open as bushfires continue to blaze

Reuters Sunday, 5 January 2020
Tennis world number two Novak Djokovic said he is concerned that smoke might cause some problems at the Australian Open later this month as bushfires continued to blaze across large sections of the southeast on Sunday.
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News video: Australian Air Force plane flight through red smoke from bushfires

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Video from the cockpit of an Australian Air Force plane showing how heavy smoke from bushfires has prevented some C27J & C130J flights from reaching Mallacoota and Merimbula.

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