ISIS kingpin returns to Australia, Man arrested in India for suspected murder | 9 News Australia

Isis kingpin returns to australia, man arrested in india for suspected murder | 9 news australia

9 News Australia published this video item, entitled “ISIS kingpin returns to Australia, Man arrested in India for suspected murder | 9 News Australia” – below is their description.

ISIS kingpin Neil Prakash is to be returned to Australia to face serious terror charges over crimes that could see the Melbourne-born jihadist jailed for life. There is a major breakthrough in the investigation of the death of Far North Queensland woman Toyah Cordingley, after authorities arrested a man suspected of her murder in India.

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