Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Australia's prime minister has condemned a fake image posted by China depicting an Australian soldier apparently murdering in Afghan child. Australia has demanded China apologized for the picture, which was posted on a government Twitter account. Meanwhile, China has urged Australia to apologize to the Afghan people. It follows a report earlier this month about the conduct off Australian soldiers in Afghanistan. It's the latest in a series of disputes between the two major trading partners. I spoke to a journalist, Roger Maynard, in Sydney. He had MAWR on the Australian prime ministers. Furious reaction to the Chinese Twitter post. Hey branded the image a za repugnant on. He demanded what he called this truly offensive image be removed from the social media site on. He demanded an immediate apology for what he described as on outrageous and disgusting slur. Now the the Post alludes to the findings of a report into the alleged murder of Afghan civilians and prisoners of war by members of Australia's elite Special Air Services group while they were based in Afghanistan several years ago. Now these allegations have not been proven in a court of law on China's insensitive response has had the capacity toe further damage relations quite seriously between the two countries. Ah, furious, Morrison said. The Chinese government should be totally ashamed of this post but these two countries are big trading partners. Is there any sign either side will try to make amends? Well, not at the moment. Certainly the row will further obviously further damage relations between Cameron Beijing, both countries in the middle of a trade war of the moment, which has led to the suspension off Australian exports, including beef and barley, shellfish, timber and wine. China is one of Australia's, if no Australia's biggest export market, with sales of coal and iron or on agricultural goods worth billions of dollars. So there's obviously a lot at stake here. If things deteriorate any further, well, domain it in Sydney. Thank you for that. Thank you.