File - An image grab taken from a video released by Islamic State group's official Al-Raqqa site via YouTube on September 23, 2014, allegedly shows ISIS group recruits riding in armed trucks in an unknown location.
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A Lebanese man admitted joining ISIS in Syria and later returning to his home country Germany to buy military and medical supplies for the group, at the opening of his trial in Stuttgart on Wednesday.The security service estimates about 450 people have left Germany to join jihadist forces in Syria and 150 have returned, 25 with direct combat experience.Issa, who appeared in court clean-shaven and smartly dressed in a blue suit, is on trial alongside his 33-year-old brother Ezzeddine I., and a German citizen of Afghan origin, 37-year-old Mohammad Sobhan A., who are both accused of supporting Islamic State and enabling violent acts.The group bought a vehicle, and set off for Syria in November 2013, Bogler said.
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