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SYDNEY MEN WANTED FOR WAR CRIMES Live



The Australian Federal Police have issued arrest warrants for two Sydney men accused of fighting with terrorists in Syria and Iraq.

Horrific photos have surfaced on Twitter of Khaled Sharrouf and Mohamed Elomar involved in war crimes, such as posing with the heads of executed fighters and standing over bloodied bodies.

"Should Sharrouf or Elomar return to Australia, these warrants authorise law enforcement to arrest them immediately," said a statement from the AFP.

Meantime in Sydney's south west, Prime Minister Tony Abbott gave a stern warning to any Australian thinking about or already overseas supporting terror, declaring they are "doing wrong" and will "suffer the consequences".

"Don't do it, it is a serious crime," said Mr Abbott Wednesday morning. "We do not want Australians going abroad to fight in other peoples wars."




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