French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve (L) welcomes Meriam Rhaiem (R) upon her arrival with her daughter in Vélizy-Villacoublay near Paris September 3, 2014. (AFP Photo/Kenzo Tribouillard)
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Meriam Rhaiem, 25, made headlines in March with an emotional appeal to French authorities to recognize her baby girl as "the youngest French hostage".Mother and daughter arrived at Villacoublay air base outside Paris at 2:15 a.m. Wednesday aboard a plane chartered by the French Interior Ministry.According to official estimates, around 800 French nationals or residents -- including several dozen women -- have traveled to Syria, returned from the conflict-ridden country or plan to go there.France unveiled a bill in July aimed at stopping aspiring jihadists from traveling to Syria.
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