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Air Strikes on ISIS Worry Family of French Runaway

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

The brother of one 17-year-old who ran away to Syria to join ISIS fighters sees a case of indoctrination via social media. He and others denounce the ease with which such minors have broken travel rules and crossed into Turkey without their parents' permission.

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