New South Wales police officers guard a post near the fenced-off site of the siege at the Lindt cafe in Martin Place, Sydney, December 17, 2014. (REUTERS/Jason Reed)
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Australia Thursday unveiled fresh financial sanctions against one of its citizens alleged to be a top recruiter for ISIS, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said, stepping up a crackdown on militant activity.Melbourne-born Neil Prakash is the third Australian citizen to have his assets frozen by the government because of membership in the radical Sunni group, which has seized wide swaths of territory in Iraq and Syria.Prakash, who is believed to have relocated to Syria last year, joins two Australian ISIS fighters on the list, Mohammad Elomar and Khaled Sharrouf, who appeared in images last year holding the severed heads of Syrian soldiers.
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