Kurdish Peshmerga fighters stand in Zummar city in the northern Iraqi Governorate of Nineveh on December 18, 2014, as they continue to battle ISIS fighters near the border with Syria. (AFP/Safin Hamed)
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ISIS has executed 100 of its own foreign fighters who tried to flee their headquarters in the Syrian city of Raqqa, the Financial Times newspaper said Saturday.ISIS fighters in Raqqa said the group had created a military police to clamp down on foreign fighters who do not report for duty.According to the British press in October, five Britons, three French, two Germans and two Belgians wanted to return home after complaining that they ended up fighting against other rebel groups rather than Assad's regime.Thursday, the Pentagon said several ISIS leaders had been killed in US air strikes.
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