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Howard pushes new anti-terror law

Australia’s prime minister has outlined proposals for tough new anti-terrorism laws which include tagging suspects and detaining them without charge. John Howard said he was not creating a police state but said these were “unusual and threatening” times. The new legislation will be discussed by state government leaders on 27 September, Mr Howard said. Critics say Mr Howard’s support for the US-led war on terror has put Australia at risk of an attack on home soil. Full Story

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