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Unwanted man: Prakash decision a many-layered headache for Canberra

Unwanted man: Prakash decision a many-layered headache for Canberra

When Fiji declared that Neil Prakash was not one of its citizens, concerns over Australia's 2015 law on stripping citizenship were brought into sharp relief.

  • by David Wroe

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Prakash citizenship revocation could jeopardise extradition chances, says Law Council
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Prakash citizenship revocation could jeopardise extradition chances, says Law Council

Australia’s peak body for lawyers says the “premature” announcement that Islamic State member Neil Prakash has been stripped of his citizenship could jeopardise efforts to see him face justice in Australia.

  • by David Wroe
Disordered, unplanned: everyday terrorism is spreading like a virus
Opinion
Opinion

Disordered, unplanned: everyday terrorism is spreading like a virus

Ramming pedestrians has now become its own thing, a phenomenon in its own right rather than the exclusive tool of anyone or anything. In short, it has become contagious.

  • by Waleed Aly
Fijian PM says terrorist Neil Prakash cannot go to Fiji, amid deepening citizenship row
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Fijian PM says terrorist Neil Prakash cannot go to Fiji, amid deepening citizenship row

Frank Bainimarama insists Australian-born Islamic State member Neil Prakash cannot go to Fiji "because he does not qualify", deepening the stand-off over which country has responsibility for Prakash's citizenship.

  • by David Wroe
Peter Dutton insists undisclosed legal advice shows terrorist Neil Prakash is Fijian citizen
National security

Peter Dutton insists undisclosed legal advice shows terrorist Neil Prakash is Fijian citizen

The Home Affairs Minister insists the revocation of Neil Prakash’s citizenship is legally sound because he is also a Fijian national but has refused to detail the supporting legal advice.

  • by David Wroe
Dutton dismisses doubts over stripping of terrorist Neil Prakash's citizenship
National security

Dutton dismisses doubts over stripping of terrorist Neil Prakash's citizenship

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton is standing by his declaration that notorious Islamic State member Neil Prakash has been stripped of his Australian citizenship despite questions over whether Prakash meets the key requirement of holding another nationality.

  • by David Wroe
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'I heard the guy shout ... Allah': Manchester police open terror investigation after stabbing
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'I heard the guy shout ... Allah': Manchester police open terror investigation after stabbing

British police are searching the home of a man who stabbed a couple at the Manchester Victoria railway station, in what investigators say is being treated as a terror attack.

  • by Latika Bourke
Russia resettles Islamic State children as the world remains reluctant
Russia

Russia resettles Islamic State children as the world remains reluctant

Russia says it would be dangerous to leave the children to grow up in a radicalised environment only to return to Russia with violent intentions later.

  • by Philip Issa
War and chaos blamed for delayed presidential election in Afghanistan
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War and chaos blamed for delayed presidential election in Afghanistan

Afghanistan's presidential election will be postponed until July 20 to give authorities more time to organise the ballot, authorities confirmed on Sunday.

  • by Hamid Shalizi
Egypt security forces kill 40 suspected militants after tourist bus bombed
Egypt

Egypt security forces kill 40 suspected militants after tourist bus bombed

Officials did not say whether the suspects were connected to the attack near the pyramids, but said three raids across the country took place simultaneously.

Dutton wants IS terrorist Prakash to serve lengthy jail time in Turkey
Peter Dutton

Dutton wants IS terrorist Prakash to serve lengthy jail time in Turkey

Peter Dutton said he had taken the step because Prakash has betrayed his allegiance to Australia.

  • by Fergus Hunter