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Indonesia's disappointment and anger with Australia over the spying allegations have surfaced at an Indonesian parliamentary hearing on the spying scandal. It's been told that the president is disappointed in the Australian Prime Minister and the relationship could take years to mend. Indonesia is preparing to close its detention centres and release asylum seekers who've been arrested trying to get to Australia. Source: abc.net.au

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