In this file photo, police officers secure the area after a knife attack at a supermarket in Hamburg, Germany, Friday, July 28, 2017. (Paul Weidenbaum/dpa via AP)
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German security officials are preparing for the arrival of over 100 infants and children of people who left the country to fight for Daesh (ISIS) in Iraq and Syria, amid concerns about the radicalization of minors.Nearly a thousand people are believed to have left Germany to join up with the Islamist militants. The German government says it has evidence that more than 960 people left Germany for Iraq and Syria through November 2017 to fight for Daesh, of which about a third are believed to have returned to Germany.Given Germany's decentralized federal structure, state officials had the main responsibility for deradicalization of those who returned from Iraq and Syria, including those were convicted and incarcerated, Haber said.
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