Australian man identified funding terrorism

A JOINT investigation by Australian and Indonesian authorities has established $500,000 was sent to Indonesia by an Australian man to fund terrorism.

Agus Santoso, the deputy chairman of Indonesia's financial transaction watchdog, PPATK, told the Jakarta Post that Australian authorities had confirmed the man - dubbed "L" - was listed as one of the most dangerous people in Australia.

Topics:  indonesia terrorism

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