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An Australian state has ordered a review of how radicalized prisoners are managed after a teenage inmate reportedly carved an ISIS motto on his army veteran cellmate's forehead, officials said Sunday.The general manager of the Kempsey prison, 420 kilometers (260 miles) north of Sydney, had been suspended pending an investigation into the attack Thursday on the 40-year-old former soldier and how he came to share a cell with an Islamic radical, Corrective Services Commissioner Peter Severin said.Severin did not detail the allegations against the 18-year-old cellmate.
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