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Countries must reclaim 62,000 people held in squalid camps in northeast Syria for families associated with Islamic State fighters.
The notion of repatriation for the 689 Indonesians associated with terrorists and violent extremist groups in Syria has led to controversy.
Coordinating Minister Mahfud MD said that the Counter-Terrorism Agency (BNPT) recorded a total of 699 Indonesians who left the country to join ISIS.
Minister Yasonna Laoly said there are 1,276 Indonesians who left the country to join ISIS in Syria, and 297 of them still have their passports.
An Indonesian citizen who was a former supporter of ISIS, Aleeyah Mujahid, not her real name, revealed her reasons for joining the militant group.
A former ISIS supporter Aleeyah Mujahid, not her real name, welcomed the government's repatriation plan of its 600 citizens used to be ISIS fighters.
Sidney Jones offered the Indonesian government a repatriation plan on former Indonesian ISIS militants aborad.
Rojava says there have been no talks in regards to the repatriation of ex Indonesian ISIS fighters currently camped in North and East Syria (NES).
Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs Mahfud MD said that Indonesian terrorist children in Syria have death-stares.
Turkey has captured a wife of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, President Tayyip Erdogan confirmed on Wednesday.
Tempo Magazine's exclusive report on the ISIS camps in North of Syria captured the interests of Malaysia and the Philippines.
Germany has for the first time allowed children whose parents were suspected members of Islamic State (ISIS) to return to Germany from Syria.
A pregnant woman assumed to have been a member of ISIS was reportedly beaten to death at the Al Hoh camp in Syria.
Coordinating Minister Wiranto says the government is establishing a special task force that will examine the planned return of former ISIS supporters.
Indonesian Police share the same sentiment as the government upon sending home former Indonesian ISIS fighters who are currently in Syria.
BNPT Chief Suhardi Alius argues there should be no plight in granting children of former ISIS fighters a second chance to live a better life.
BNPT and Foreign Ministry apply a series of screening mechanisms before allowing former ISIS sympathizers originally from Indonesia to return home.
Tempo reporter Hussein Abri embarked in a journey in Syria to cover the story about Indonesian ISIS supporters currently at Al-Hawl refugee camp.
The National Commission on Human Rights (Komnas HAM) demanded the government repatriate Indonesians living in Syria after ISIS' fall.
Some ISIS fighters still hold out in Syria's remote central desert, and in Iraqi cities, staging shootings or kidnappings.