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Turkey Vows to Send ISIS Militants Home

NYTimes.com Friday, 8 November 2019
The interior minister declared that Turkey was “not a hotel” for captured Islamic State fighters as it began to pressure reluctant European states to take back their citizens.
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News video: Turkey Likely To Start Repatriating ISIS Militants On Monday

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According to state-run media, Turkey&apos;s holding around 1,200 ISIS members in its prisons.

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