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Alleged Islamic State terror plotter says 'we are terrorists': court docs

Sydney Morning Herald Thursday, 4 July 2019
Isaak el Matari, 20, charged with planning a terror attack once proclaimed himself the "General Commander of Islamic State Australia", court documents allege.
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News video: Australian police say arrests foiled terror plot

Australian police say arrests foiled terror plot 01:24

Counter-terror police have made three arrests in Sydney that they say foiled a terror attack, and are part of an investigation into Islamic State-inspired activity. Rough cut - no reporter narration.

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