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Missing four-year-old Australian girl found alive and well

A four-year-old girl missing for 18 days in a remote part of Western Australia has been found alive and well in a locked house, police have said. "They found little Cleo in one of the rooms," Deputy Commissioner Col Blanch from WA Police said in a statement.

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