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Australians on terrorism charges accused of building bomb with help of Isis

Australians on terrorism charges accused of building bomb with help of Isis | 03 Aug 2017 | Two men have been charged with building a military-grade explosive device with the help of high-level Islamic State operatives in a foiled terrorist attack that police called "one of the most sophisticated plots attempted on Australian soil". Police will allege that components for an improvised explosive device (IED) were sent to Australia in air cargo from Turkey via Isis operatives in Syria. Two men, who remained in custody after facing court on Friday, then allegedly assembled the devices with instruction from "a senior Isis operative", according to the Australian federal police deputy commissioner Mike Phelan. Officers will also allege the men began construction on an "improvised chemical dispersion device" designed to release highly toxic hydrogen sulphide but it was not close to completion.