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Turkey vows to send Islamic State militants home

News Summed Up 2019-11-09 05:30:00

Turkey, he said, was “not a hotel” for Islamic State detainees from other countries. Soylu told reporters that Turkey had captured 287 Islamic States members, including women and children, during the operation. Soylu has complained that in some cases European states have revoked the citizenship of suspected Islamic State members, making them stateless. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey emphasized the importance of dealing with Islamic State prisoners on his return from a visit to Hungary on Friday. Soylu said Britain has also revoked the citizenship of Islamic State members held by Turkey.


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