Australian government says future ‘lone wolf’ attacks hard to prevent

Floral tributes can be seen outside Melbourne's Pellegrini's Cafe for Sisto Malaspina, the day after he was stabbed to death in an attack police have called an act of terrorism, in central Melbourne, Australia, November 10, 2018. Picture taken November 10, 2018. AAP/James Ross/via REUTERS

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Future “lone wolf” attacks in Australia will be difficult to stop despite heightened security in the aftermath of an Islamic State-inspired attack in Melbourne last week, a senior government minister said on Monday. A Somali-born man set fire to a pick-up truck laden with gas cylinders in the centre of Australia’s second-largest […]

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