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U.S.-Indonesia Military Curbs Eased

The Bush administration is lifting a ban on the sale of certain military equipment to Indonesia. It is the latest step in restoring military ties between the countries. State Department spokesman Richard Boucher disclosed the policy change on Thursday, a day after President Bush met with Indonesia’s president, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, at the White House. Earlier this year, the administration decided to renew training of Indonesian military officers and to allow direct commercial sales of some defense items and services.Full Story

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