Woman arrested in northern Greece for suspected links to ISIS

8 January 2016
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A woman of Swiss-Egyptian nationality was arrested and was being detained at the police headquarters in the northeastern Greek city of Alexandroupolis on Thursday, due to suspected links with jihadist militant group ISIS. The woman was arrested while trying to pass from the Greek border into Turkey with her four-year-old son.

According to sources, she was detained on the basis of an outstanding warrant for her arrest issued by Interpol, after her husband in Egypt reported that she had kidnapped their child and left to join ISIS in the fighting in Syria.

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