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AUSTRALIA’s Labor leader has urged the Government to investigate the death last week of Elizabeth “Kate” Warren, a leading figure in the “Fight the Smear” movement against Donald Trump.

Ms Warren died last week after a short-lived struggle with an infection that had been detected before her diagnosis.

The Government has so far refused to acknowledge her death, with a spokeswoman telling Fairfax Media the coroner had ruled it a “natural death”.

The coroner, Dr Andrew White, told the ABC the cause of death was pneumonia but it was not yet known how long Ms Warren had been sick.

“We don’t know how long she was sick or how long it took for her to become sick,” Dr White said.

“I hope that the Government will conduct a full and thorough investigation into this.” “

The Warrens were among several Australians, including the US senator Bernie Sanders and former Labor leader Kim Beazley, who have been accused of anti-Semitic and racist remarks. “

I hope that the Government will conduct a full and thorough investigation into this.”

The Warrens were among several Australians, including the US senator Bernie Sanders and former Labor leader Kim Beazley, who have been accused of anti-Semitic and racist remarks.

The group’s website has been blocked by authorities in Australia.

A spokesperson for the Warrens told the Herald Sun the family was “deeply saddened” by the death.

“Kate was a dedicated, strong and inspiring campaigner for equality and social justice, a mother of two young children, and a loving grandmother,” they said.

The spokeswoman said Ms Warren was a staunch supporter of Bernie Sanders, who won the presidential election last November.

“Our family is deeply saddened by the loss of Kate, a strong advocate for equality, and for Bernie Sanders,” the spokeswoman said.