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Military police return confiscated books after two years

Military police have returned books that were confiscated from the Beyond Q Bookshop in Canberra in 2011, reports the Canberra Times. After two years, military police have decided that the handbooks, such as 1937 publication Small Arms Training Volume 1, are not a threat to national security. The same books were...

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