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Turkey to send foreign IS jihadists home from Monday: Minister Suleyman Soylu

WorldNews Friday, 8 November 2019 ()
Turkey to send foreign IS jihadists home from Monday: Minister Suleyman SoyluISTANBUL: Turkey will start sending foreign jihadists back to their home countries next week, interior minister Suleyman Soylu told state news agency Anadolu on Friday. "Now we are telling you that we are going to send them back to you. We are starting this...
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