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Alleged terror attacker denied Turkish visa before coming to Australia

An international student who allegedly stabbed a Melbourne man in a terror attack last week had planned to marry a suspected Islamic State terrorist.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •Brisbane TimesThe Age

'She's a brilliant student': family of alleged ISIS stabber shocked

The family of a Bangladeshi student alleged to be behind a "terror attack" in Melbourne say they are baffled by arrest of the “brilliant student”.
Brisbane Times

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News video: Former Teacher, Brother Accused of Making Bombs in NYC Apartment

Former Teacher, Brother Accused of Making Bombs in NYC Apartment 01:23

A former teacher and his brother allegedly used students to help build bombs in an attempt to carry out a possible terror attack, officials said.
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News video: Alt-J and Loyle Carner land top prizes at NME Awards

Alt-J and Loyle Carner land top prizes at NME Awards 00:43

Alt-J and Loyle Carner landed the top prizes at the 2017 NME Awards in London. The U.K. hip-hop star beat the likes of Dua Lipa, Liam Gallagher, Ed Sheeran, and Stormzy to land the Best British Male..
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News video: Man pleads guilty to Stockholm terror attack

Man pleads guilty to Stockholm terror attack 01:00

He admitted driving a truck into a crowd of people last April, killing 5 and leaving 14 others injured.
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News video: Chelsea bomber sentenced to multiple terms of life in prison for terror attack

Chelsea bomber sentenced to multiple terms of life in prison for terror attack 00:48

Terror bomber Ahmad Rahimi was sentenced to multiple terms of life in prison for setting off an explosive in Chelsea, New York The attack injured 30 people Rahimi was found guilty on Oct. 16 of eight..
Source: NYDN Wibbitz -

News video: What's Considered Illegally Aiding a Terror Group?

What's Considered Illegally Aiding a Terror Group? 02:48

Anything from providing a phone to providing weapons can fall under the "material support" law.
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University scholarship given to woman charged over "IS" stabbing

The family of a Bangladeshi student alleged to be behind a "terror attack" in Melbourne say they are baffled by arrest of the “brilliant student”.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Police feared terror attack in Brisbane HQ ram

Queensland police initially feared a late-night terror attack when a truck driver rammed his four-wheel-drive into the main entrance of their Brisbane headquarters.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

'Terror chat group' was given Prince George's school address, court told

Prince George and Theresa May have been identified as terror attack targets, with the prince's school address shared in a secret online terror chat group.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Manchester terror attack 'might have been averted': review

The terror attack in Manchester earlier this year that killed 22 people “might have been averted”, a report has found.
SBS

Terror attack on Manchester Arena could have been stopped, review finds

The review also confirmed that the leader of the London Bridge and Borough Market attack had been identified as wanting to attack the UK, and was under investigation at the time of the June attack.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Man charged over alleged Melbourne New Year's Eve terror plot

A man has been charged over an alleged plot to carry out a terror attack at Melbourne's Federation Square on New Year's Eve.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

US warns Pakistan over freed militant

The White House has warned Pakistan it must arrest again a militant accused of masterminding the 2008 Mumbai terror attack or see bilateral ties suffer.
SBS

Australian PM condemns deadly Egypt attack

Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten have condemned a terror attack on a mosque in Egypt in which more than 230 people were killed.
SBS

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