Australia AFP probes Australian terror fighters over Islamic state sex slavery allegations
Federation Square terror plotter has been bullied in prison, court hears
A man who helped plan a terror attack in Federation Square is has "intellectual limitations", was a "follower" and did not realise the extent of the plot led by his brother, a Melbourne court hears.Abbas is one of three men found guilty of plotting a terrorist attack on Melbourne's Federation Square in December 2016.
Australian Federal Police are investigating Australians fighting with Islamic State over allegations they bought Yazidi women, sexually assaulted them and held them as sex slaves.
The Australian newspaper reports Australian Federal Police investigators have been sent to Europe to interview suspected victims as part of a widening probe into jihadis.
Disturbing recounts have been collected from women of the brutal treatment who said they have suffered at the hands of Australian fighters.
Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton said it's difficult to see how Australians who joined ISIS could come back.
SA woman's terror conviction overturned .
South Australian woman Zainab Abdirahman-Khalif, who was convicted of being a member of a terrorist group, has had her conviction overturned on appeal.The first South Australian to be convicted of terrorism offences has had her guilty verdict overturned, in a judgment that calls into question federal terrorism laws.
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