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Teen Recruit to Al-Qaida Branch in Syria Wants Out

Thursday, September 25, 2014

She thought she would be taking care of orphans in Aleppo, says her brother, referring to one of the most war-damaged cities in Syria. "Now, she watches children of fighters." In the past month, a network of jihadist recruiters have been exposed in Turkey and France.

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