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ABC journalist Jeremy Fernandez, who was racially abused on a Sydney bus in front of his two year old daughter.

ABC journalist Jeremy Fernandez, who was racially abused on a Sydney bus in front of his two year old daughter. Photo: Marco Del Grande

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