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Ashley Dyball, 23, was detained in Germany while taking a break from a Kurdish military campaign against ISIS in northern Syria and deported Saturday night.Australian officials have been increasingly concerned about citizens travelling to Iraq and Syria to join extremist groups such as ISIS, with some 110 Australians currently fighting in the region.Canberra has introduced new laws to combat the threat, with foreign incursions offences updated as part of new counter-terrorism laws introduced last year aimed at blocking extremists going overseas to fight. Few have left to fight or work against ISIS, although Dyball is not the first.Dyball's father Scott said his son was glad to be home, and criticized the foreign fighter laws.
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