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Trump Calls On European Allies To Take Back Captured ISIS Fighters

Newsy Monday, 18 February 2019
Trump Calls On European Allies To Take Back Captured ISIS FightersWatch VideoPresident Donald Trump is asking the U.S.'s European allies to take back over 800 captured ISIS fighters and prosecute them in their home countries.

The president made the comment in a statement on Twitter Saturday saying if Britain, France, Germany and other European allies don't take them, the U.S. will be...
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Denmark, the U.K. and France have turned down President Trump&apos;s request.

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