Turkish soldiers and an army tank take position at the new site of the Suleyman Shah tomb near the northern Syrian village of Esme, on the Syrian-Turkish border February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer
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Turkish professor loses three sons to ISIS: reportAn assistant professor at a Turkish university has appealed to the government for help after his three teenage sons left to fight with ISIS jihadis in Iraq and Syria, the Hurriyet daily reported Friday.The professor, named only as Dr M. Sefik I., first lost his elder son, a dentistry student at Hacettepe University in Ankara, who on March 10 sent his parents a message asking them to pray for him before leaving Turkish territory.The elder son then helped his 16-year-old twin brothers to cross the Turkish border to Syria, the paper added.
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