Anthony Albanese sworn in as Australia's new prime minister

AUSTRALIA: Anthony Albanese, the head of Australia's Labor Party, was sworn in as the country's new prime minister before flying to Tokyo for an international meeting.

Albanese took to Twitter to say, "I am incredibly proud to be Australia's Prime Minister. As Prime Minister, I want to unite people and lead a government that is as brave, hardworking, and compassionate as the Australian people. That work will begin now."

Albanese won the election on Saturday night, ending his nine-year wait for power, and with this Anthony Albanese became the country's 31st Prime Minister. Anthony Albanese thanked people for voting for him when he won the election. He tweeted, "Thank you Australia." "The Australian people voted for change tonight," he continued.

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