Concerns over Australia measures to track ‘terror’ suspects

Australia is setting up a huge database of photographs and live video recordings to help track so-called 'terrorist' suspects. The plan is part of beefed-up security agreed between Australia’s federal government and state leaders.

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    Australia is setting up a massive database of photographs and live video recordings to help track so-called "terrorist" suspects.

    The plan is part of beefed-up security agreed between Australia’s federal government and state leaders.

    Al Jazeera's Andrew Thomas reports from Sydney.


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