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No charges for suspected foreign fighters Matthew Gardiner and George Khamis

Professor George Williams comments in The Sydney Morning Herald (20 May 2015) on the laws passed late 2014 relating to foreign fighters.

Professor George Williams said: "The law is pretty direct and clear - there's no exception if you regret what you've done or changed your mind. And the offences relating to engaging in hostile activity outside of Australia or entering prescribed zones do not differentiate between either side in the conflict."

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