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Australia says ready to act once anti-terror laws passed

Australia could put terrorist suspects under surveillance and possible house arrest immediately after tough new counter-terrorism laws are passed, Attorney-General Philip Ruddock said. Ruddock, speaking on public television late Thursday, refused to speculate on the number of people who could be targeted by the new laws, which allow for preventative detention and the electronic tagging of terrorist suspects. Full Story

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