British Prime Minister David Cameron, left, gestures as he stands with Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott as the speak with guests at an infrastructure business breakfast in Sydney, Australia, Friday, Nov. 14, 2014. Prime Minister Cameron is in Australia to attend the G-20 conference in Brisbane. (AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts,Pool) (The Associated Press)
CANBERRA, Australia – British Prime Minister David Cameron has used a rare address to the Australian Parliament to call for extremist preachers to be banned and for extremism to be rooted out of schools, universities and prisons.
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