Revoking East Timor whistleblower passport ‘unacceptable’

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Allegations that Australia spied on East Timor during oil and gas trade negotiations in 2004 will be tested by the international court in the Hague today. The whistleblower, a former high ranking Australian security official, will be unable to testify as his passport has been revoked by the Australian government.

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