Australian High Commissioner Alexander Downer, left, speaks to guests next to the Australian cricket team captain Michael Clarke during a welcome party at the Australian High Commission in London, Monday, June 22, 2015. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
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Reports that an Australian terrorist, of Lebanese origin, has been killed fighting in Iraq have raised the potential for his young family to be repatriated from the Middle East, Australia's foreign minister said Tuesday.Australian intelligence agencies were attempting to verify the recent deaths of Lebanese-Australians Khaled Sharrouf and Mohammad Elomar in the ISIS-held city of Mosul in Iraq, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said. Fairfax Media newspapers reported last month that the Australian family of Sharrouf's Muslim-convert wife, Tara Nettleton, was trying to help her bring her three young boys and two teenage daughters from Syria home to Sydney. Bishop said the Sharrouf's death would have to be verified before Australia considers repatriating the family.
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