Trabelsi holds photographs of his grandson, who spent at least a year in prison.
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A 3-year-old Tunisian orphan whose parents left home to join Daesh (ISIS) has returned to his grandfather's custody after over a year in a Libyan prison.Tamim was living among two dozen Tunisian women and their children, being raised by a woman who had joined Daesh willingly.At the time, Tunisian authorities said 44 Tunisian children were being held in Tripoli and elsewhere, some with their mothers.In Iraq, wives and children of Daesh's foreign fighters have been rounded up into camps while their cases are sorted.
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