British Prime Minister David Cameron leaves after an European Council leaders' summit at the European Council in Brussels on October 15, 2015. AFP PHOTO/ JOHN THYS
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British Prime Minister David Cameron will launch a new strategy Monday aimed at countering extremist ideology and stopping young Britons travelling to Syria.A 15-year old boy, thought to be Britain's youngest person convicted of terrorism, was sentenced earlier this month to a minimum of five years in jail for plotting an ISIS-inspired "massacre" on an Anzac Day parade in Australia.Cameron is expected to describe religious extremism as one of Britain's biggest social problems and "the struggle of our generation".
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