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U.S.-Backed Syrian Fighters Question Fate Of Prisoners

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U.S.-Backed Syrian Fighters Question Fate Of Prisoners

U.S.-Backed Syrian Fighters Question Fate Of Prisoners

US-backed Syrian authorities holding hundreds of foreign jihadist fighters said Monday that the prisoners represent a “time bomb” and could escape and threaten the West.

Reuters reports the fate of prisoners has come into question as U.S.-backed fighters plan an assault to capture the last enclave of the terrorist group’s Caliphate.

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Sunday European countries must do more to take the prisoners back or, he said, “we will be forced to release them”.

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