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Australian Intelligence Monitors Terror

Intelligence agencies are monitoring suspected terror cells in Australia, a nation on edge since 88 of its people were killed in bombings on the island of Bali in October, the federal police chief said Tuesday. The comments by Police Commissioner Mick Keelty followed reports that Australians were targeted in the Bali attack Oct. 12 because of the nation’s close links to the United States. Asked on Nine Network television whether federal police were monitoring terrorists, Keelty said: “In relation to sleeper cells in Australia, that’s best left to intelligence agencies.” Full Story

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