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Why Indonesian general Gatot Nurmantyo halted military ties with Australia

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Why Indonesian general Gatot Nurmantyo halted military ties with Australia

Why Indonesian general Gatot Nurmantyo halted military ties with Australia

Indonesia's hardline military chief Gatot Nurmantyo has little love for Australia. In March 2015, when he was army chief of staff, General Gatot said that efforts for East Timor to secede from Indonesia were a proxy war on the part of Australia to ...


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Payne denies Australia recruiting members of Indonesian military

An investigation is underway after a member of the Indonesian Special Forces group Kopassus complained in late November about the "insulting" training posters at the Special Air Service headquarters in Perth, concerning the Indonesian province of West ...


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