Prakash, accused of being an Islamic State recruiter, will remain in jail for now awaiting possible local terrorism charges

A Turkish court has rejected Australia’s request for the extradition of Islamic State suspect Neil Prakash, in a setback for Canberra’s efforts to prosecute him at home.

Prakash’s lawyer Mehmet Alper Unver said on Thursday Prakash could be freed from Turkish custody if the court ascertained he was not under investigation for other crimes.

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