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Terror suspects under surveillance: PM

The federal government has rejected calls to use racial profiling to root out terrorists, as Australia’s top cop admitted up to 60 suspected Islamic extremists are operating in Australia. Prime Minister John Howard has moved to reassure the nation that authorities are keeping the suspected terrorists under close surveillance. His comments came as Australian Federal Police (AFP) chief Mick Keelty backed claims by former spy Michael Roach that up to 60 extremists, some of whom were trained by terror groups overseas, are living in Australia. Mr Roach, a former ASIO officer, has angered the Muslim community by calling on authorities to adopt extreme counter-terrorism measures, such as police and security guards approaching men of Middle Eastern appearance who acted suspiciously. Full Story

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