SA man faces terrorism-related charges

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Terrorism-related charges have been laid against an Adelaide man who has previously faced court over explosives offences.

The 33-year-old was first arrested in April and charged with three counts related to possession of an explosive device.

The Australian Federal Police said on Thursday the man now faced two further charges of possessing extremist material and possessing information for terrorist acts.

The new allegations follow a review of electronic devices seized from the man's home.

He is due to face court again in October.

AFP Assistant Commissioner for Counter Terrorism Scott Lee said the threat of terrorism in Australia was enduring and becoming increasingly diverse and complex.

"We continue to place significant effort and resourcing into combating these threats and keeping our communities safe," he said.

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