European governments face the dilemma of what to do with citizens who joined the so-called Islamic State in Syria and Iraq – among them, women and children. Many of them are living in Kurdish-controlled refugee camps, their status in limbo. European countries are reluctant to bring their citizens back home, preferring them to face trial in the region instead. But human rights groups say governments should repatriate their citizens, especially the most vulnerable, and deal with them on home ground. The biggest group is made up of French citizens, including 400 women and children.
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