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Australia Set to Revoke Citizenship of Native-born ‘terrorists’

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Prime minister Scott Morrison has disclosed plans to increase government power on its Australian citizens who travel to conflict zones to fight alongside armed groups.



In his statement to the news agency, his government wants power to oust anyone convicted of a “terrorist” offence, even native-born Australians. as he single out Muslim leaders as having a “responsibility” to prevent violent acts.

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His proposal came after the police in Melbourne arrested three Australian citizen of Turkish descent for facilitating a mass shooting in the city, adding that it has cost unrest to the nation and what we stand for.

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Mr Morrison expressed dismay on increase of violent acts in the country, also  urging the citizens to be law abiding duo admitting  worries on legislation to amend Citizenship legal action by expelling anyone that engage in terrorism acts.

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Ex-President Abdulla yameen apprehended for corruption in Maldives

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Formal President Abdulla Yameen has been accuse of money laundering and the state court has ordered for his arrest adding that he will remain in the state custody until the end of the trial.



Police says Abdulla Yameen has refuse to return the money despite anti-corruption watchdog intervention, and instead he fax in the money to another account which he obtained profit.

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The 59-year-old was charged with money laundering last week over claims he received $1m, stolen from state coffers in the country’s biggest-ever corruption scandal.

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In December, the police said authorities froze Yameen’s bank accounts and seized more than 100 million rufiyaas ($6m) in US dollars and local currency.

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Deadly attack leaves four Indian Soldiers dead in Kashmir gun battle

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The police spokesman has expressed dismay regarding to the deadliest attack which see military officers and civilians killed in a gun battle with the militants in Indian-administered Kashmir.



Two source familiar with the incident told the news agency that the authorities has lunch an investigation seeking to get the hoodlums in custody and has urge resident to be vigilant after a report from Pakistan-based militant group Jaish-e-Mohammad stating, it carried out the attack and India has accused Pakistan of even having a hand in it – an allegation Islamabad firmly denies.

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Police says the encounter occurred in Pulwama district, and has given update on the the security officers who has been responding to treatment.

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However, the alleged bomber has been identified as a local Kashmiri aged between 19 and 21. And the stated they will bring him to justice.

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