Shiite Popular Mobilization Forces members hold a Daesh flag, which they pulled down, during the war between Iraqi army and Iraqi militias against the Daesh militants in Tal Afar, Iraq August 27, 2017. REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani
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Sweden will host an international meeting on June 3 aimed at setting up a tribunal to judge militants who fought with Daesh (ISIS) in Syria and Iraq, the government said Thursday.The tribunal would preferably be set up somewhere in the Middle East, Sweden's Minister for Home Affairs Mikael Damberg told AFP.He said he believed a tribunal based closer to the region would have an easier time processing cases and securing convictions than countries such as Sweden and Britain.
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