Iran and Australia Make Intelligence Deal to Fight Islamic State

Australia and Iran have made a deal to share intelligence surrounding Australian citizens fighting with Islamic State in Iraq.Reports say Australia's Foreign Minister Julie Bishop met with Iran's President Hassan Rouhani and Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Saturday in Iran to discuss the details of the deal. She said the open flow of information will be beneficial in the joint fight against terrorist groups, particularly ISIS. The Iran-Australia agreement follows the arrest of five teenagers in Melbourne, Australia on Saturday in relation to a terrorism plot.