Court orders France to re-examine refusal to repatriate jihadi brides


The parents of the two women took their fight to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg after French authorities refused to allow their daughters and grandchildren back into France.

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The European Court of Human Rights on Wednesday ruled that France must re-examine repatriation requests from two French women who travelled to Syria with their partners to join Islamic State, and the children they gave birth to there, reports FRANCE 24.