Two Australian teens intercepted on way to join ISIS

The boys, aged 16 and 17, were stopped as they tried to pass through Sydney airport customs, suspected of being on their way to join the Islamic State in a “conflict zone.” They were released in the custody of their parents. Australia estimates that 90 of its citizens are fighting with IS in Syria and Iraq, some like the boys radicalized online.

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