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13.06.2013

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Indonesian officials angered by Coalition asylum seeker stance MP3

It's been just two weeks since the Indonesian ambassador in Canberra sent a most explicit message to Australia's politicians. He said there was no way Jakarta would accept boatloads of asylum seekers being turned back to Indonesia. That sentiment has now been re-endorsed by the country's vice president Dr Boediono when speaking to the Australia Network's Newsline program. His comments are at odds with Tony Abbott's c... Source: abc.net.au

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