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ASYLUM SEEKER DEBATE REIGNITES Indonesian officials say the 78 Sri Lankan asylum seekers are refusing to disembark and they will not be involved in forcibly removing them. STEPHEN SMITH JOINS THE 7.30 REPORT Interview with Foreign Minister Stephen Smith on the asylum seeker situation. THERESE REIN - PASSIONATE ADVOCATE FOR THE DISABLED Therese Rein has made it a key priority to support Australia's disabled citizens; and this week agreed to visit Sydney radio 2RPH, part of a volunteer-based national radio network for the blind and visually impaired, to put their efforts in the spotlight.
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