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Australia's 'Most-Wanted Terrorist' Will Not Be Extradited By Turkey

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Australia's 'Most-Wanted Terrorist' Will Not Be Extradited By Turkey

Australia's 'Most-Wanted Terrorist' Will Not Be Extradited By Turkey

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 of supporting terrorism.

But the judge in the southern Turkish city of Kilis denied their request.

He ruled that Prakash remain in custody until his next hearing on September 29.

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