Veiled women sit on a bench in the northern province of Raqqa. REUTERS/Stringer
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Dutch secret services fear as many as 70 Dutch children may be growing up among Daesh (ISIS) militants, warning in a bleak new report about life under such a "totalitarian" regime.Thousands of foreign fighters from Western Europe as well as Gulf countries have been attracted to Daesh ranks in the past two years wanting to support its goal of establishing an Islamic caliphate stretching across the countries of Iraq, Syria and even beyond.Among them are more than 200 Dutch nationals, including an estimate of 50 women. Women, who from the age of 9 have to be veiled, have one main function within Daesh – to have as many children as quickly as possible, the report said.
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