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Neil Prakash court decision 'disappoints' Australia

The Age Thursday, 19 July 2018
Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop has expressed disappointment at a Turkish court's decision to reject the extradition of Australian terrorist Neil Prakash.
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News video: Australia's 'Most-Wanted Terrorist' Will Not Be Extradited By Turkey

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CNN reports that a Turkish court has rejected a request to extradite Neil Prakash. The man was once labeled Australia's most prominent ISIS recruiter and most-wanted terrorist. Both the public prosecutor and Australian authorities had sought Prakash's extradition to Australia. There he faces charges...

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