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Ukraine said Wednesday it had detained two ISIS fighters from Syria who were trying to cross into western Europe in order to stage new attacks.It was not immediately clear which western European countries the ISIS members intended to attack.The security service has reported the detention or expulsion of more than 30 ISIS supporters from Ukraine since March.SBU chief Vasyl Grytsak said on March 23 that 19 of the 25 ISIS suspects detained in a series of security sweeps were Russian nationals.Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said last week that Moscow was ready to coordinate with a Kurdish-Arab alliance and the U.S.-led coalition in an assault on the ISIS' Syrian bastion of Raqa.
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