A woman smokes next to a cigarette pack in central Sydney October 12, 2011. Australia's government may have to delay plans for the world's toughest anti-tobacco laws after conservative opposition ... more 
A woman smokes next to a cigarette pack in central Sydney October 12, 2011. Australia's government may have to delay plans for the world's toughest anti-tobacco laws after conservative opposition lawmakers on Wednesday postponed a final vote on the controversial legislation in parliament. The new laws, which will force cigarettes to be sold in plain packaging from 2012, are being closely watched by New Zealand, Canada, the European Union and Britain, which are considering similar restrictions. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS) less 
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Wed, Oct 12, 2011 2:29 AM EDT