An image grab taken from a video released by Islamic State group's official Al-Raqqa site via YouTube on September 23, 2014, allegedly shows ISIS group recruits riding in armed trucks in an unknown location.
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An international database of foreign fighters that started 18 months ago with little fanfare -- and just three countries participating -- has expanded to include 33 countries and 1,300 names, the head of Interpol said Friday, detailing new efforts to stem the flow of would-be jihadis joining extremists in Iraq and Syria.About 2,000 Europeans are estimated to have joined fighting in Iraq and Syria, but Noble said only a handful of the 26 European countries that have abolished controls at their common frontiers regularly check the Interpol database of stolen documents.
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