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Lisa Smith: Police given another 24 hours to question IS recruit

BBC News Tuesday, 3 December 2019
A former member of the Irish Defence Forces, Lisa Smith remains in Garda custody in Dublin.
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News video: 'IS bride' Lisa Smith arrested after arriving in Ireland from Syria

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A former member of the Irish military who became a so-called Islamic State bride in Syria has been arrested on suspicion of terror offences as she arrived back in Ireland. Lisa Smith, 38, once accompanied an ex-president and leader of Ireland on foreign trips as a member of the Defence Forces but...

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