Australia set to stub out cigarette sales

Legislators in Tasmania want to ban selling of tobacco for people born after the year 2000.

    Australia could be one step closer to becoming the first country to phase out the sale of cigarettes.

    Legislators in the state of Tasmania want to ban selling of tobacco for people born after the year 2000.

    Al Jazeera's Andrew Thomas reports from Sydney.


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