Turkey says US national sent home as Ankara starts repatriating caught IS warriors

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ANKARA, Turkey (AP) – Turkey says a U.S. national who is an individual from the Islamic State bunch has been ousted home as Ankara starts repatriating caught remote IS warriors.

Inside Ministry’s representative Ismail Catakli likewise said on Monday that seven German nationals would be returned on Nov. 14. There was no quick data on the IS suspects.

Turkey has over the previous weeks condemned European countries for declining to reclaim their nationals. It has promised to send back IS aggressors – regardless of whether their citizenships have been renounced.

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Inside Minister Suleyman Soylu has said that Turkey isn’t an inn for IS aggressors and that Ankara would start repatriating IS activists as of Monday.

Soylu didn’t give any numbers or state which nations they would be sent back to.

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