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Feb 17, 2019
8:34PM

Trump asks European nations to take back 800 IS fighters captured in Syria

AP
US President Donald Trump has asked the European nations including Britain, France and Germany to take back over 800 Islamic State (IS) group terrorists captured in Syria and put them on trial. In  a tweet, he warned that US will otherwise be forced to free the terrorists after it pulls out from the war-torn country.

Mr Trump said, the US does not want to see IS terrorists permeate Europe. He said, time has come for others to step up and do the job that they are capable of doing.

Trump's comments come as US-backed Kurdish forces continue an assault on the last pocket of IS territory on the Syrian side of the Iraqi border. The IS terrorists are being held by the Kurdish-led forces. 

In December, the US President announced that he was withdrawing 2000 American troops from Syria.

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