U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, Jordan's Prince Zeid Raad Zeid al-Hussein at the United Nations European headquarters in Geneva September 8, 2014. (REUTERS/Pierre Albouy)
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Jordan's 20-year-old crown prince Thursday called for measures to prevent the world's youth from being "lured into the dark world" of Islamic extremists as he became the youngest person ever to chair a Security Council meeting.Jihadist groups in Syria and Iraq have recruited thousands of disenfranchised young people into their ranks from Europe and the Arab world.A recent UN report showed an increase in the number of foreign fighters from last year, with more than 25,000 foreign jihadists from more than 100 countries now involved in armed conflicts.
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