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Racist terrorism laws anger community

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The federal government has proposed a set of controversial changes to Australia’s anti-terrorism laws. Politicians, legal experts and ordinary citizens are opposed to the reforms, believing them to be extreme and in some cases, discriminatory. Isobelle Waller reports

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