Police block off a street ahead of the arrival of demonstrators demanding the closure of the Parramatta Mosque in western Sydney, Australia, October 9, 2015. REUTERS/David Gray
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Two men will be charged over the fatal shooting of a police accountant outside a Sydney police building two weeks ago as investigators continue to probe an extremist network with members as young as 12, officials said Thursday.Iranian-born Jabar was later shot dead by police.An 18-year-old man who has been in police custody without charge since Oct. 7 will appear in another Sydney court Friday charged with terrorism offenses related to the shooting, police said.Australian Federal Police Commissioner Andrew Colvin said Australia's terrorist threat had evolved and become younger over the past year.In September 2014, an 18-year-old was shot dead by police after stabbing two counter-terrorism police officers in Melbourne, Australia's second largest city.
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