Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull listens to a question after announcing his new federal cabinet during a media conference at Parliament House in Canberra, Australia, in this September 20, 2015 file photo. REUTERS/David Gray/Files
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Australia's prime minister Saturday announced a Cabinet reshuffle after three ministers resigned over scandals and two announced that they will retire at elections due within months.It introduced six new ministers among 42 who must prove themselves ahead of elections due around September.Turnbull said he did not expect to make any further ministerial changes ahead of the election. Truss's portfolios will be shared between two experienced ministers when the new Cabinet is sworn in Thursday.
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