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Turkey starts returning IS fighters, deports US national

Seattle Times Monday, 11 November 2019
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey says a U.S. national who is a member of the Islamic State group has been deported home as Ankara begins repatriating captured foreign IS fighters. Interior Ministry’s spokesman Ismail Catakli also said on Monday that seven German nationals would be returned on Nov. 14. There was no immediate information on […]
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