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Foreign Children of Islamic State Detained in Northeastern Syria Face Bleak Future

Foreign Children of Islamic State Detained in Northeastern Syria Face Bleak Future

When Islamic State militants took over territory in Syria and Iraq, fighters from around the world joined them, often bringing children too young to know where they were going or why. Now, years later with these fighters in captivity, many of their children remain in Syria, locked up and abandoned by their home countries. VOA’s Heather Murdock reports from Tal Marouf in northeastern Syria.

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