Shiite militiamen hold a captured ISIS flag upside down, after an operation outside Amirli, some 170 km north of Baghdad. (AP Photo, File)
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Police in Bosnia Thursday arrested 11 people on suspicion of fighting alongside ISIS in Syria and Iraq or recruiting and raising money for such groups.Five are still in custody, among them Bilal Bosnic, an unofficial leader of the conservative Muslim Salafi movement in Bosnia, who was reported to have called on young Muslims to join the ranks of ISIS.Islamist fighters came from Iran and Arab states during the Bosnian war to fight alongside the Muslim Bosniaks against Orthodox Serbs and Catholic Croats.
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