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    A South Korean teenager, who went missing last month, has reportedly joined the Islamic State group and is now being trained in Syria.

    A South Korean boy, who disappeared in Turkey last month, has joined the Islamic State group and is now receiving training in Syria, South Korean sources said.

    Identified just by his surname Kim, the 18-year went missing during a trip to the southern Turkish town of Kilis on January 10.

    He has reportedly crossed the border into Syria under his own will to join the jihadist group.

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