Belgium asks Turkey to hand over convicted fighterFriday, 13 April 2018 18:11
In January 2018, the woman was arrested in Turkey with her new husband, a Syrian imam, after deciding to flee the Islamic State, for which she had worked as a translator, according to her version of events.
A court in Kayseri, Central Turkey, condemned her to 10 years in prison, while her husband received a prison term of about three years for helping a terrorist organization.
The Brussels Times
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