This undated image made available in ISIS's English-language magazine Dabiq, shows Paris attack "mastermind" Abdelhamid Abaaoud. (Militant photo via AP)
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A woman who turned in Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the suspected ringleader of the November Paris attacks, said Thursday she feels "abandoned" and afraid of reprisals, in an interview with French broadcaster RMC.The woman – using the pseudonym Sonia – said she had received little support from the state in changing her identity and was living in fear, even though she had police protection. Sonia said Abaaoud boasted of how easy it was to get into Europe with a group of refugees, saying "France is useless".He said he had traveled with 90 others, including Syrians, Iraqis, French, German and British citizens. Since turning in Abaaoud, Sonia has lived in limbo.
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