Kosovo's planned reintegration of IS members

Kosovo's planned reintegration of IS members

Kosovo wants to reintegrate and hold trials for its citizens who were IS members upon their return from camps in Syria. Since the Syrian offensive, the discussion about this approach to IS members has been reignited.
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