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Australia to ban books advocating terrorism

The Australian government plans to outlaw books that advocate terrorism in a move that publishers say raises serious concerns abut free speech. Federal Attorney-General Philip Ruddock announced late Friday that his state counterparts had agreed to consider legislative changes banning publications that advocate terrorism. He said the planned changes were part of a “zero tolerance” approach to terrorism from Canberra, a strong supporter of the US-led military campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan. Full Story

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