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26.11.2013

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Minister breaks ranks on Indonesia spying issue MP3

Just as the Prime Minister is moving to mend the diplomatic rift with Indonesia, a senior Government Minister has broken ranks, and all but confirmed that Australia attempted to tap the phones of the Indonesian President and his wife. During an interview with the ABC this morning, the Trade Minister, Andrew Robb, ignored the 'neither confirm nor deny' approach that the Federal Government has been taking on the issue. Source: abc.net.au

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