Iraqi security forces stand guard at the gate of a camp for families and relatives of men accused of being Daesh militants, in Bartella, east of Mosul, Iraq July 15, 2017. REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani
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The women were detained after Iraqi fighters ousted the militants from Mosul last July, one source said, confirming a report on RMC radio.Government officials have said French fighters arrested in Syria and Iraq should be tried there if they can be guaranteed a fair trial.An Iraqi court condemned a German woman to death by hanging Sunday after finding her guilty of belonging to Daesh, the first such sentence in a case involving a European woman.Around 40 French citizens, both men and women, are currently in detention camps or prisons in Syria and Iraq, including about 20 children, a source close to the matter has said.
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