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Young Australians are being 'aggressively radicalised' through right-wing extremism, federal police warn

SBS Tuesday, 20 October 2020
The AFP's deputy commissioner singled out young people drawn to right-wing extremism as being at risk of "aggressive" radicalisation online.
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