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Australian intelligence agency wants more resources to counter foreign interference

Reuters Thursday, 17 October 2019
Australia's national intelligence agency said in a report published this week that it does not have enough resources to collect intelligence on potential foreign agents and their efforts to interfere in Canberra's affairs.
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