Syrian children walk past debris while heading to school on the second day of the new school year on Oct. 6, 2015 in the Syrian Kurdish town of Kobani. AFP PHOTO / DELIL SOULEIMAN
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A Bosnian judge on Tuesday jailed two men for trying to join ISIS in Syria and another pair for helping them, in the first verdict over ISIS recruitment in the Balkan country.Nevad Husidic, 29, and Merim Keserovic, 19, both received a year-long sentence for planning to join ISIS in Syria. About 200 Bosnian nationals have joined jihadi groups in Iraq or Syria, according to intelligence estimates quoted in local media earlier this year.About 40 percent of Bosnia's 3.8 million people are Muslim, the vast majority of them moderates.
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