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Australian "terrorist" deported to his country

Category: World

Date: 2019-12-08T10:32:37+0000
Australian "terrorist" deported to his country

Shafaq News / The Turkish Interior Ministry deported on Sunday, a foreign "terrorist" fighter, who holds Australian citizenship, to his country.

The ministry said in a statement that "the deportations of foreign terrorist fighters to their countries are continuing."

The statement pointed out that "a foreign terrorist with Australian citizenship was deported."

On 11th of November, the Turkish Interior Ministry spokesman, Ismail Gatakli announced, "the start of deportation of terrorists to their country."

The spokesman emphasized that "Turkey intends to deport the foreign terrorists who were arrested, to their countries."

At the beginning of last November, Interior Minister ,Suleiman Sweilo said that his country "is not a hotel for ISIS citizens who are citizens of other countries."

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