100 ISIS prisoners have escaped in Syria since Turkish invasion, US State Department reveals 

Daily Mail Online 0 month ago

More than 100 prisoners of the Islamic State extremist movement have escaped in Syria in the chaos since Turkey's incursion, a senior US official said Wednesday.

'We would say the number is now over 100. We do not know where they are,' James Jeffrey, the State Department pointman on Syria, told the House Foreign Affairs Committee when asked about the detainees.


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