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The Federal Education Minister Christopher Pyne has dismissed the states' concerns over his decision to renegotiate funding agreements. It's one of several disputes the Government is having to manage. It's still waiting for a response from Indonesia to Tony Abbott's letter to the president, addressing the spying revelations. The former Chief of Army, Peter Leahy delivered the letter on Friday. Source: abc.net.au

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