Tunisia: At least 200 children of Tunisian Jihadists stranded in war zones

[The North Africa Journal - Africa] - 7/02/2020
Human Rights Watch on Thursday called on Tunisia to bring home nearly 200 children of suspected jihadists stranded or held in crowded camps and prisons in Libya, Iraq and Syria. The New York-based rights watchdog welcomed Tunisia’s repatriation last month of six orphaned children of alleged (...)
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