Tony Abbott has stopped seven people in Australia before they could travel to the Middle East. The individuals were allegedly trying to contact terrorist groups, including the Islamic State, on their journey.
Border Protection Minister Peter Dutton said an incident occurred but would not go into specifics:
“We are concerned about the number of people presenting at airports, particularly younger people, who might be seeking to travel overseas for reasons that would horrify Australians and their parents and family and community no doubt as well.”
Abbott also didn’t provide details about the reported operation. However, he said it showed the increasing influence of the Islamic State and other terrorist groups in the Middle East.
The Australian Border Force had stopped the individuals. Their units have been working at all international airports.
According to Dutton, the details of the incident might be available by Friday.
“It wouldn’t be appropriate for us to respond and I don’t think, as a responsible journalist, you would expect us to say anything beyond that,” he said.
“We have provided the detail that we reasonably can at this point in time.”
Australians, Europeans and Americans have been part of the increasing numbers of Middle East terrorist groups, including the Islamic State. Britain had also issued its own safeguards to block anybody heading to the Middle East under suspicion of joining a terrorist network.
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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) may put a time limit on Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) claims, which consumers have been making since January 2011.
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About 435 people have died in six Asian countries after heavy monsoon rains and a tropical cyclone had hit parts of Bangladesh and Myanmar. Flooding, landslides, rough seas and double train derailment had caused the increase of the death toll.
The tropical cyclone Komen had hit parts of Bangladesh, Myanmar and India. Extreme rainfall had also added to the cyclone’s destructive strength. At least 166 deaths and some 55,000 houses around the bay of Bengal were wiped out after the rain and the cyclone passed. As the rain evolved into a slow-moving monsoon depression, it had reached Bangladesh. Komen had also picked up tropical storm strength and hit Bangladesh.
The storm and heavy monsoon rains had caused flash floods that Indian authorities said to be the cause of the derailment of two passenger trains on the same bridge near Harda in the central Indian state of Madhra Pradesh last Wednesday.
The Indian National Institute of Disaster Management (NIDM) said that at least 20 people died after a landslide hit the village of Joumol in the Manipur state of northeast India. Flooding, lightning strikes and snakebites have killed 48 lives in West Bengal and Odisha.
About 38,000 houses have been destroyed according to the report and 205,000 structures were damaged in West Bengal alone.