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World Turkey deports 11 French suspected IS members

10:05  09 december  2019
10:05  09 december  2019 Source:   msn.com

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ANKARA (Dispatches) – Turkey will deport 11 French national Daesh suspects to their home country next month, Turkish Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu Also, we will send 11 French national Daesh members back to France at the beginning of December," Soylu stated at a conference on migration in

28 (Xinhua) -- Turkey will deport 11 French national Islamic State (IS) suspects to their home country next month, said Turkish Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu on Thursday. Ankara started to send captured foreign IS members back to their original countries in early November.

ANKARA, TURKEY (AP) — Turkey has deported 11 French nationals who are suspected of being members of the Islamic State group, the Interior Ministry said Monday.

Turkey's President and leader of Justice and Development Party Recep Tayyip Erdogan looks around before addressing the members of his ruling party at the parliament in Ankara, Turkey, Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2018. © AP Photo/Burhan Ozbilici Turkey's President and leader of Justice and Development Party Recep Tayyip Erdogan looks around before addressing the members of his ruling party at the parliament in Ankara, Turkey, Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2018.

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 IS 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.

US wants explanation for Turkey threat to close two bases .
US Defense Secretary Mark Esper said Monday he wants an explanation from Ankara over threats to close two strategic military bases used by the United States in Turkey. Esper also noted he was disappointed by the direction Ankara seems to be taking, moving away from NATO and getting closer to Russia. Turkey faces US sanctions over its decision to buy the Russian S-400 missile defense system, despite warnings from Washington.Tensions also rose when Turkey launched a military incursion into northeastern Syria in October against the Kurds, who were US allies in the fight against IS.

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