Death toll of Aussies fighting with Islamic State rises to 68, juvenile terrorism charges rise

MORE than 30 Australians have been killed fighting alongside Islamic State in Syria and Iraq since July last year.

Counter Terrorism Minister Michael Keenan will today tell the Lowy Institute in Sydney that 33 people have been killed in the last 15 months, taking the total number of Aussie deaths to 68.

Another 110 people are still believed to be fighting in the Middle East while an additional 45 suspected jihadists have had their passports cancelled since July last year.