The city hall in Pulsnitz, photographed Saturday, July 22, 2017. A German girl, who ran away from home shortly after converting to Islam, has been found in Iraq, prosecutors said Saturday. (Sebastian Willnow/dpa via AP)
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A German teenager who joined Daesh (ISIS) is now being held in detention in Iraq and says she regrets joining the extremist group and just wants to come home to her family, media reported on Sunday.Der Spiegel magazine reported on Saturday that four German women who joined Daesh in recent years, including a 16-year-old girl from the small town of Pulsnitz near Dresden, are being held in an Iraqi prison and receiving consular assistance.German authorities have been investigating a teenage girl who went missing from Pulsnitz last summer for alleged contacts with the extremist group about preparing a possible act of terrorism.
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