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    UN rules against spying on legal advisers

    A United Nations court has put restrictions on Australia, ordering its security service not to spy on communications between East Timor and its legal advisers.

    The case represents the first time that a UN court has put restrictions into place on one of the spying agencies of the 'five eyes' - the US, UK, Canada, New Zealand and Australia. The ruling from the Permanent Court of Arbitration relates to allegations made by East Timor that Australia ordered the bugging of East Timor government offices during negotiations for a maritime deal.

    Australia has been ordered to cease spying on East Timor and its legal advisers, in a landmark decision by the International Court of Justice relating to a bitter dispute between the two countries over $40 billion of oil and gas reserves in the Timor Sea.

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