Britain's Home Secretary Sajid Javid gestures, after meeting with Chief Constables to discuss knife crime, at the Home Office, in London, Wednesday March 6, 2019. (Kirsty O'Connor/PA via AP)
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Britain has revoked citizenship from two more women who joined Daesh (ISIS) in Syria, a newspaper reported Sunday, raising questions about the fate of their children.Begum, who married a Dutch Daesh militant, was located by journalists in a refugee camp after fleeing fighting between the terror group and U.S.-backed forces.She had asked to return to Britain with her baby, after her two other children died under Daesh rule.British law states that the government cannot remove a person's citizenship if that would make them stateless.Javid has previously said that more than 100 individuals had already been deprived of their British citizenship.
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