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Far-right figure Gavin McInnes denied visa ahead of planned speaking tour

Far-right figure Gavin McInnes denied visa ahead of planned speaking tour

The founder of extremist group Proud Boys has had his visa denied by the Australian government on character grounds.

  • by Jenny Noyes

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'Cocked up his diary': Right-wing provocateurs forced to delay Australian visit
Scott Morrison

'Cocked up his diary': Right-wing provocateurs forced to delay Australian visit

Gavin McInnes and Tommy Robinson have been forced to delay a planned tour of Australia because Robinson "cocked up" his diary.

  • by Matthew Knott
Unremorseful IS supporter jailed for 38 years over Curtis Cheng death
Terrorism

Unremorseful IS supporter jailed for 38 years over Curtis Cheng death

Milad Atai was sentenced on Friday for assisting and encouraging 15-year-old Farhad Jabar to shoot the NSW Police accountant at Parramatta in 2015

  • by AAP
Extremists could lose Australian citizenship under Morrison proposal
Terrorism

Extremists could lose Australian citizenship under Morrison proposal

Proposed laws include "temporary exclusion orders" of up to two years for foreign fighters returning from conflict zones.

As bad as a Muslim hate preacher: Ex Border Force boss wants Gavin McInnes banned from Australia
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Immigration

As bad as a Muslim hate preacher: Ex Border Force boss wants Gavin McInnes banned from Australia

Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes has a record of making inflammatory remarks about Muslims, members of the LGBT community and feminists.

  • by Matthew Knott
Proud Boys called 'extremists' by FBI, leader plans Australia visit

Proud Boys called 'extremists' by FBI, leader plans Australia visit

The male-chauvinist group Proud Boys have been described by US federal authorities as an "extremist group with ties to white nationalism".

  • by Eli Rosenberg
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More than 50 killed by suicide bombing at Kabul wedding hall
Islamic State

More than 50 killed by suicide bombing at Kabul wedding hall

The blast targeted a gathering of Sunni Muslims commemorating the anniversary of the prophet Muhammad's birth.

  • by Hamid Shalizi & Abdul Qadir Sediqi
'Coffee nourishment to the soul': Sisto Malaspina’s last-known interview
Terrorism

'Coffee nourishment to the soul': Sisto Malaspina’s last-known interview

Sisto Malaspina’s legacy for Melbourne’s cafe culture has been immortalised in his own words, captured in an interview just a fortnight before his tragic death.

  • by Ben Millar
Feted as hero after life of crime, Trolley Man just wanted to do something right
Terrorism

Feted as hero after life of crime, Trolley Man just wanted to do something right

Melbourne's 'homeless hero' has one regret: that his grandmother didn't live to see him commit selfless act.

  • by Jewel Topsfield
'Unacceptable': Peter Dutton demands more co–operation from Muslim leaders on terrorism
Peter Dutton

'Unacceptable': Peter Dutton demands more co–operation from Muslim leaders on terrorism

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has thrown down the gauntlet at the Muslim community to work more closely with police to prevent terrorist attacks.

  • by Michael Koziol
Thousands mourn the cleric known as the 'father of the Taliban'
Pakistan

Thousands mourn the cleric known as the 'father of the Taliban'

Maulana Samiul Haq was killed in a knife attack on Friday.