Oops! Abbott and ASIO reveal terror recruitment hotspots

LABOR is demanding Prime Minister Tony Abbott explain how classified documents showing terrorist-recruiting hotspots in Melbourne and Sydney were allowed to be filmed during his visit to ASIO's headquarters yesterday.

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ASIO has confirmed that the maps - showing which suburbs foreign fighters who have gone to the Middle East came from - were not meant to be made public.
 

Maps laid out on a table for Mr Abbott showed highlighted suburbs in Sydney including Lidcombe, Greenacre, Punchbowl, Bankstown, Auburn and Lakemba.

The suburbs highlighted in Melbourne included Craigieburn and Campbellfield.

The Opposition says their publication may threaten Australia's national security.

Read more at ABC News

 


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