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Erdogan Denies Escape Of Islamic State Prisoners

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Erdogan Denies Escape Of Islamic State Prisoners

Erdogan Denies Escape Of Islamic State Prisoners

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan spoke out about reports that Islamic State prisoners escaped.

Erdogan dismissed reports that the prisoners left northeastern Syria as a result of Turkey’s offensive.

According to Reuters, he said the news was “disinformation” aimed at provoking the West.

The Kurdish-led administration said 785 foreigners affiliated with Islamic State escaped.

They said they were being held in a camp that was left vulnerable after Turkish shelling.

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