Following the loss of much of their territory, IS fighters with EU passports are living with their wives and children in camps and prisons abroad. Now, European countries face the problem of whether to let them return to the EU.
Britain has been accused of "offloading its responsibilities" after it reportedly withdrew the former 'Islamic State' (IS) recruit's passport. Jack Letts, who was detained in Syria, has dual UK-Canadian citizenship.
A 42-year-old former New York resident who was a sniper for the "Islamic State" has been detained without bail. He faces terrorism charges for attempting to recruit and train members for the militant group.
Sabine S. traveled to Syria and Iraq to marry an Islamic State (IS) fighter and praised jihadi life in several blogs. She left her two children in Berlin after becoming radicalized.
About 1,000 Germans traveled to the Middle East to join the 'Islamic State' after 2013. A third of them have since returned to Germany. Some died on the battlefield, others are in prison, but many appear to be missing.
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