27-year-old was arrested in Athens as a wanted member of ISIS

27-year-old was arrested in Athens as a wanted member of ISIS

The arrest of a 27-year-old from Iraq, allegedly a member of ISIS, proceeded by the Greek police authorities, executing a European terrorism warrant issued in Germany.

The arrest took place in Athens with clarification from EL.AS. that there is no charge against him in Greece.

According to information from the ANA-MPA, the 27-year-old was identified by the Anti-Terror Service from his mobile phone, based on data provided by the German authorities to the police in other European countries and arrested 15 days ago.

After his arrest, he is detained in Korydallos Prison until the procedures for his extradition to Germany are completed.

According to reports in German media and Euronews, Iraqis is indicted in Germany for war crimes, and his German husband is currently being tried, accused of leaving a 5-year-old girl, Jiddini, to die by thirst.

The 27-year-old is accused by the German court of "buying" the little girl, Jiddie and his mother, who they held with his wife captive while living in Mosul, Iraq in 2015.

The leader of the IK appeared in video after five years
The leader of the Islamic state of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi appeared for the first time in 5 years in a propaganda video, which was shown today by the jihadist organization.

The Islamic State of Sahara has assumed the responsibility of an ambush that killed 28 Niger soldiers in one of the most violent attacks on the country's army in recent years.

On Tuesday, gunmen attacked soldiers near Tongo Tongo town in Tilamperi province, near the Mali border.

In the area where the assault took place, in October 2017, militants of an Islamist state branch offensive had killed four members of the US Special Forces and four soldiers in Niger's armed forces.

Government spokesman Abdurrahamane Zacarias said the soldiers were targeting armed men who had earlier attacked a high security prison.

The text of the responsibility was translated into English and posted on the SITE website, an American center specializing in monitoring the activity of cycling movements on the Internet.

Islamic militants, who profess faith in Adnan Abu Walid Sahrawi, who heads the Islamic State in the Sahara, are working along the Mali border with Burkina Faso and Niger.

Jihadists and al-Qaida branch organizations and the Islamic State have escalated their attacks on military targets and civilians across the Sahel in West Africa this year, particularly at the border between Niger, Mali and Burkina Faso.


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