British Prime Minister David Cameron, center, lays a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra, Friday, Nov. 14, 2014. (AP/David Gray, Pool)
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Prime Minister David Cameron Friday outlined plans to seize passports from British jihadists and stop them returning from fighting overseas, while proposing landing bans on airlines that fail to comply with London's no-fly lists.British media reports said the legislation would block individuals from returning from Syria and Iraq to Britain for at least two years unless they comply with strict measures.These could include being escorted back to Britain and then facing prosecution, bail-style reporting conditions and deradicalization courses. Border guards and airport police would also be given new powers to seize passports from those they suspect of planning to travel abroad for terrorism, the reports said. Cameron added that as well as handling the extremist threat, the root cause must be dealt with.Cameron acknowledged the growing problem of young Muslims being enticed by extremist material on Facebook, Twitter and other social media.
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