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Macron says time for Turkey to clarify ambiguous stance on Islamic State

Reuters Tuesday, 3 December 2019
French President Emmanuel Macron accused Turkey on Tuesday of working with Islamic State proxies and said Ankara's ambiguity toward the group was detrimental to its NATO allies fighting in Syria and Iraq.
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News video: 'IS bride' Lisa Smith arrested after arriving in Ireland from Syria

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A former member of the Irish military who became a so-called Islamic State bride in Syria has been arrested on suspicion of terror offences as she arrived back in Ireland. Lisa Smith, 38, once accompanied an ex-president and leader of Ireland on foreign trips as a member of the Defence Forces but...

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