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A Belgian theater apologized Friday for placing newspaper advertisements which sought actors for a new play who had fought for the Daesh (ISIS) extremist group, or who had killed their siblings.The theater in the city of Ghent was looking for recruits for a show by Swiss director Milo Rau – who attracted controversy last year by casting children in a play about a notorious Belgian pedophile.Around 400 Belgians have gone to fight for Daesh in Syria and Iraq since 2013-2014, making it one of the European countries that has produced most "foreign fighters".Rau, the theater's artistic director for the 2018-2019 season, won acclaim for his play "The Last Days of the Ceausescu" about Romania's former communist dictator.
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