A boat, which Australian police have seized, is towed in Cairns, Queensland, Australia is pictured in this still image taken from video, May 11, 2016. Australian Broadcasting Corporation/Handout via REUTERS TV
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Five face terror charges over Australia-Syria boat planFive young men face life behind bars after they were charged with terrorism offenses over a plan to sail to Indonesia to join extremists groups in Syria, Australian police said. The men, who were arrested Tuesday, bought a seven-meter (23-foot) boat and drove it 2,840 km (1,765 miles) from Melbourne north to Queensland state where they planned to set sail to Indonesia, the Australian Federal Police said.Attorney-General George Brandis said the men's passports were cancelled several months ago.
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