Turkey deports 11 French suspected ISIS members

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Dec 9, 2019

December 9, 2019

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Turkey has deported 11 French nationals who are suspected of being members of ISIS, the Interior Ministry said on Monday.

A brief ministry statement said 11 “foreign terrorist fighters” were returned to their home country.

It did not provide details or identify the suspects.

Last month, Turkey stepped up the return of suspected foreign ISIS members — either held in Turkish prisons or in Syria — back to their countries of origin, saying Turkey was “not a hotel” for foreign fighters.

More than 60 such foreign fighters have been deported, including IS suspects from the United States, Denmark, Germany, Ireland and the Netherlands.

Updated: December 9, 2019 11:33 AM

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