October 15 2019
Kurdish officials say hundreds of foreign relatives of ISIS members have escaped detention in northeastern Syria, reports BBC News. The detainees escaped the Ayn Issa detention center over the weekend after attacking the guards and storming the gates, reported Al Jazeera (Qatar). At least 859 people escaped from the camp, which housed foreign nationals, although a few have been recaptured, said a camp official cited by CNBC. Attacks were also being conducted by “sleeper cells”...
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