UK official criticized after baby of ISIS teen dies


Britain's Home Secretary is facing criticism after the death of a UK teenagers baby in a Syrian camp. The baby's mother who left London as a fifteen year old to join the Islamic state group had pleaded with authorities to return to Britain. But her passport was revoked after. She showed no remorse for affiliating with ISIS. Former UK official Andrew Mitchell reacted. On Sky News if she's left in in. Turkey in the statelessness solve Syria or elsewhere. She will be consulting with people who wish us ill. And it's right that we should take responsibility. The challenge faces other European countries as the final ISIS stronghold in Syria is on the brink of falling giving its fighters and they're often youthful. Spouses, no place left to

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