France to bring back terrorists' children from Syria

France is likely to repatriate orphaned children of French terrorists from Autonomous Administration areas of Syria, AFP quoted French Defense Minister Florence Barley as saying.

 In response to the possibility of bringing back more children after five "orphans or separated" children on March 15, Barley said: "This is very likely."

"We are doing our utmost to bring back the orphans, as they are defined as such," she said.

France refuses to return its citizens, men or women of  Daesh organization of an except orphans and some children are still accompanied by their mothers.

In addition, to bring back of five orphans from Syria, four children of two women convicted in Iraq of belonging to the extremist organization were also returned.

"We should first make sure these children are orphans," the minister said. The families of the terrorists are also held in camps of the Syrian Democratic Forces.

"There are missions sent by the State Department to clearly identify cases to bring back more orphans to the country.

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