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asylum seekers saying australian officials paid human smugglers to turn around with both full of migrants authorities then forcing them to make a risky return to indonesian waters nnnnn , the only guy was very limited fuel to reach indonesia fuel was run out we were stuck australia's vowed to stop traffickers from reaching its shores prime minister tony abbott saying tuesday that he was sure that officials acted within the law that's just a day after declining to comment in parliament on the payment said by the opposition to total thirty thousand u. s. dollars this incident can't help tense relations with australia's neighboring indonesia on saturday indonesia's foreign ministry said australia hit a new low supports of paying off people smugglers were true both countries seem to jump from one crisis to another in the disputes over drug trafficking and migrants all that friction plays well to their domestic audiences and rallies political support it's not playing well abroad u. n. writes she saying tuesday australia's hardline approach to migrants is overtly hostile