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nnnnn australian prime minister tony abbott says there's no amnesty for the country's citizens who want to quit fighting in militant groups and come home , and if you go and you seek to come back as far as this government is concerned you will be arrested you'll be , his comments after local reports that three australian fighters with isis want to , and are negotiating with authorities because they want to avoid prison , new laws from out its government can put australians in jail for up to a decade for overseas travel , cleared off limits like iraq and syria reuters not siegel and sydney has more there is a great deal of concern about what is going to be done with these young men and women if and when they're allowed to come back to australia and it's not a question that's been solved and it certainly wasn't solved today with that the prime minister's statements , after december when a sydney cafe was held hostage by an islamist gunman australia's on alert for attacks from radicalized muslims or militant returning from fighting in the middle east , in the last year it's carried out high profile raids on terror suspects and raised its terrorist threat level to high