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Interpol amends red notice for alleged Egyptian terrorist Sayed Abdel Latif MP3

In a development in the case of the 'alleged' Egyptian terrorist which dominated the federal political debate last week Interpol has back-flipped, removing charges relating to murder, destruction of property and possession of firearms for a man who'd previously been on their red notice alert system. The Coalition had used the case to claim the Government's border protection policies meant a 'convicted Jihadist terror... Source: abc.net.au

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