What is correct to say "don't worry" or "no worries"?

Could you tell me what is correct to use? Should I say "don't worry" or "no worries"? Is there any difference?

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There is no difference. "Don't worry' is a more formal way of saying it. "No worries" is an Australian 'slang' way of saying it.

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