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Turkey Monday said that the wanted partner of one of the gunmen behind the terror attacks in France crossed into Syria last week, insisting it was not at fault for failing to detain her.Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Hayat Boumeddiene had crossed into Syria on January 8, the same day that her partner Amedy Coulibaly is suspected of shooting dead a policewoman outside Paris on the second day of the Paris attacks.Western countries have long accused Turkey of not doing enough to stem the flow of jihadis seeking to join ISIS fighters in neighboring Syria.Speaking in Berlin, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said that Turkey made an "extraordinary effort" to ensure security along its 911 kilometer border with Syria.A man resembling Coulibaly claimed to be a member of ISIS in a posthumous video released online Sunday.
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