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Turkey arrests Syria-bound British family

Asif Malik (top left) and Sara Kiran (top row, middle) and their children
TURKISH police arrested a British family who are believed to have been trying cross the Syrian border to join Islamic State militants with their four children, a Turkish official said Tuesday (21). "We received the intelligence from British police on April 19 that a British couple with four children may cross into Syria to join ISIS," the official to...




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Appeal for missing family who might be travelling to Syria

POLICE are appealing for information on a family with four children who may have travelled to Syria. Thames Valley Police say Asif Malik, his partner, Sara Kiran, and four children aged between 12 months and 7 years old have not been seen in E More News »

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