The man accused of causing the blast had worked on the order of a foreign-based 'terrorist' organization
He travelled to Cambodia multiple times to buy weapons from a local dealer
Two of the suspects are members of a reactionary organization named Trieu Dai Viet Nguyen, whose leaders live in foreign countries
Canberra is already helping Southeast Asian states choke terrorist financing and counter violent extremism
The bomb maker and those directly involved in planting and detonating the explosives were given the heaviest sentences
Most are charged with ‘acting to overthrow the people's government’ and ‘participating in terrorism to overthrow the government’
Canberra raised its threat level to high in September and has since carried out a series of raids with the departure of at least 110 of its nationals to Iraq and Syria to fight with the Islamic State group.
The election of Fazlullah, known for his hardline Islamist views and rejection of peace talks, follows the death of Hakimullah Mehsud, the previous leader or ameer, in a U.S. drone strike last week.
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