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Turkey announces expulsion of IS fighters to Europe

ANKARA. Turkey has announced that it will begin the expulsion of captured IS fighters from Monday. This would also affect Germany and other European countries. "We have told you that we will send them to you."

"On Monday we will start with it," said the Turkish Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu, according to the state news agency Anadolu. "No matter what Europe, USA and Russia say, we will bring peace to this region," he added.

Orbán warns of Erdoğan's fall
According to Soylu, there are currently 1,200 foreign IS fighters in Turkish custody. As a result, 287 of them were arrested during the recent Turkish invasion of northern Syria. It was not until Wednesday that the Higher Administrative Court of Berlin-Brandenburg decided that a German mother belonging to the terrorist militia and her three children had to be brought back to Germany.

Meanwhile, Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orbán warned that without the help of Turkey, the flow of migrants to Europe could not be stopped. Anadolu reiterated Orbán's words to Radio Kossuth: "Forces supporting migration are working to overthrow President Erdoğan."

Without stability in Turkey, the dream of "migrant support forces" would make millions of illegal immigrants reach Europe. Orbán also referred to the Hungarian-born American billionaire George Soros. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan visited Hungary on Thursday.

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