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Australia's most wanted ISIS terror suspect, linked to several attacks on home soil, has been killed in a U.S. airstrike in Iraq, Canberra said Thursday, warning others will be targeted.Prakash, who left Australia in 2013 and was known as Abu Khaled al-Cambodi, was linked to an alleged terror plot on Anzac Day last year, when Australia honors its war dead.He has also appeared in ISIS propaganda videos, including one last year calling for attacks on Australia.Australia has long been concerned about home-grown extremism and raised the terror threat alert level to high in September 2014 .
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