Man Arrested In Melbourne Terror Raids For Allegedly Planning 'Hostile Activities'
A Melbourne man has been charged after allegedly planning to travel overseas to "engage in hostile activities".
The 29-year-old was arrested by counter-terror police at his Roxburgh Park workplace in the city's north shortly after 8.30am on Thursday.
It followed a joint operation by Victoria Police, the Australian Federal Police and the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation.
He is expected to appear in the Melbourne Magistrates Court on Friday charged with preparing for an incursion into a foreign country for the purpose of engaging in hostile activities.