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    Australia plans to deploy the army to confront the "individual wolves" attacks

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    Australia plans to deploy the army to confront the "individual wolves" attacks Empty Australia plans to deploy the army to confront the "individual wolves" attacks

    Post by Rocky Mon 17 Jul 2017, 3:32 am

    Australia plans to deploy the army to confront the "individual wolves" attacks



    The Australian government announced plans to increase the role of the army to deal with the terrorist events more quickly.

    Under these new measures, the Australian Defense Force will be able to intervene quickly to help local police to deal with the threats and attacks time.

    And to prevent the current legislation, police contact the Australian defense force only if exhausted their abilities.

    It prompted a series of "individual wolves" attacks - affected by the ideology of radical Islamist groups - suffered by Australia, to review police tactics.

    It is intended to wolves isolated those individuals who carry out acts of violence individually, without linking them to a clear relationship with the organization of what.

    The government said in a statement that "police forces remain the best in the initial response, but the military intervention may provide more support for them, will also strengthen the capacity of the police."

    Said Michael quinine, Minister of Justice of Australia, that "the reason behind these new plans, the need to develop a more flexible security measures, because the threats change dramatically."

    The proposed changes come after the initial review of the role of military forces in confronting terrorism since 2005.

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