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New Australia terror laws delayed

Plans by Australia’s prime minister to bring in tough new anti-terror laws have been delayed in parliament due to opposition from regional leaders. The government needs the support of the states – all run by the opposition Labor Party – to enforce the measures. State leaders, who backed the bill last month but have yet to agree a detailed draft, fear it could threaten civil liberties and breach the constitution. Full Story

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