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Indonesian radicalisation: is Australia at risk ?

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Foreign minister Julie Bishop has stated that prisoners in Indonesia are at risk of being radicalised.

While attending a U.N. counter terrorism forum in New York, Bishop said that Australia was under threat from terror suspects who are in the process of being released from Indonesian jails.

But is this really the case? Reporter Alex Ford investigates.

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