France: More Women, Children Returned From ISIS Camps in Syria

PARIS—France on Tuesday repatriated another group of women and children from former ISIS terrorist group-controlled areas of Syria, the latest return of French nationals who’d been stranded in camps there, eyed warily by Paris.
The group was made up of 32 minors and 15 adult women, France’s national counterterrorism prosecutor’s office said. It said the women, ranging in age from 19 to 56, were held in custody—some on the basis of arrest warrants previously issued against them. The children were placed in the care of protective services.
The returnees had previously been detained in a sprawling, wretched, and lawless camp in northeastern Syria that holds tens of thousands of women and children, according to Kurdish authorities in the region….

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