Sydney police prevents two attacks

Two suspects suspected of an attack on an international flight from Etihad Airways from Australia to have prepared, were also planning to commit a second attack.

They wanted to spread toxic gas under a crowd, the Australian police announced on Friday.

The police speaks about a "Advanced plan." One of the men had his unsuspecting brother an explosive, packed as meat grinder. The instructions for the bomb came from the brother Daesh, however, came on board. The other plan for the poison gas was not yet far worked out, said the authorities.

The police and the anti-terror Unit arrested four terror suspects at the end of July. They were arrested after raids in the suburbs of Surry Hills, Lakemba, Wiley Park and Punchbowl.

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