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Actor Johnny Depp's dogs are expected to leave Australia to evade a death threat, the country's agriculture minister has said.
Barnaby Joyce had said Boo and Pistol would have to be put down by Saturday if they did not leave, because they were "snuck in" from the US.
Mr Joyce told the BBC he believed they were leaving by private jet on Friday, which he said was "the wisest move". But he has also expressed concerns the dogs could now be left stateless.
"The question is if he breached our laws, then did he follow the correct laws in the US?" Mr Joyce told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. "My worry is will the US let them back in? If not... will they have anywhere to go?"