Australia Police Arrest Two Prevents Terror Plan
Counterterrosism police of Australia has prevented a imminent terror attack by arresting two men in Sydney suburb Wednesday. They are suspected to be Islamic State militant group. Aged about 25 and 24 the tow man have been arrested by the police and charged with offenses relating terrorism. They were arrested from Fairfield, which is a suburb of western Sydney.
According to police the arrested are not known terrorism suspects. However, a homemade flag representing the Islamic state militancy has been recovered from them along with a machete, a hunting knife and video of a man taking about carrying out a attack.