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    Violence Erupts as Islamic State Rises (1881)

    The German intelligence service has discovered hundreds of files on alleged Daesh militants, who had joined the terrorist group in the Middle East in 2013-2015 and returned to their home countries over different reasons, local media reported.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — According to the Spiegel Online magazine, these lists contain about 20 German nationals, who left the Daesh group and returned to Germany. The German authorities received the documents from abroad, according to the media outlet.

    "He was expelled [from the group] without the right to return, because he had carried out special operations without the emir's permission," a file, obtained by Spiegel, reads.

    The problems with health or families are the most widespread reasons for leaving the Daesh group, the publication reads.

    The authenticity and origin of the documents are being checked, according to the media outlet.

    The Daesh is a terrorist group that has captured large areas of land in Iraq and Syria, where it proclaimed a caliphate. The terror group is outlawed in Russia, the United States and in several other countries and considered to be one of the main threats to global security.

    Violence Erupts as Islamic State Rises (1881)


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