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More books to be banned under new censorship laws?

State and territory attorneys-general have agreed to a request by federal Attorney-General Philip Ruddock to investigate how they can more closely restrict material that advocates terrorism. Ahead of a meeting with his state and territory counterparts on Friday, the Attorney-General said current classification laws were not sufficient in keeping books...

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