Europe to take prisoner IS fighters of the US | TIME ONLINE

US President Donald Trump puts pressure on his European allies: In a tweet, he called on them to take in and convict hundreds of captured fighters of the "Islamic State" terrorist militia. Otherwise he will have to release her. To the
States that Trump addressed directly in his message also belong
Germany.

"The US is seeking Britain, France,
Germany and other European allies, over 800 IS fighters who
we have captured in Syria, take back and go to court
 Trump wrote, "The Caliphate is on the verge of falling."
Alternative is not good, if we were forced to do it
Trump tweeted in the first part of his message.

The
 US would be reluctant to watch as these IS fighters invade Europe,
as they expected to go there, Trump threatened. "We do so much and
spend so much, "wrote Trump in the second part." Now it's time
for others to come forward and do the job we do so well
can. "Finally Trump confirmed the Disengagement of the US troops after the supposed victory
 about the terrorist militia
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At the edge of Munich
security conference
US Vice President Mike Pence had already received more votes the day before
Responsibility in the Syrian war has been asked. Appropriate consultations should be continued, Pence said. "We want to bring our soldiers home",
 said Pence. "So we ask other nations to join
 and resources needed to provide support and staff to
to secure the area and prevent the (terrorist militia) IS or
any other extremist organization is strengthening or its territory
recapture. "

However, it is unlikely that countries like Germany send soldiers to Syria. As a prerequisite
a UN mandate.

Trump's announcement to withdraw US troops from Syria has been criticized by politicians in Europe and the United States. The IS militia is far from being defeated and could regain strength once the
Change the balance of power in the region.

Currently have
Kurdish fighters according to own data the last remaining
IS fighters in the village of Baghus on the Euphrates in eastern Syria surrounded. The
Jihadists still held in an area of ​​600 to 700
Square meters, said Chiya Furat, commander of the US
supported Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF). Nice
soon "good news" could be announced.

The IS had
2014 reached the pinnacle of its power. At that time, the controlled
Jihadists an area that spread over large parts of Syria and the
Iraq extended. Meanwhile, IS followers are also in other countries
active, for example in Libya or Afghanistan.

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