Turkey has said it sent eight people with links to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS) group to Germany and Britain.
NATO allies of Turkey in Europe have been worried that Turkey's offensive last month into a Syrian border area could lead to ISIL suspects and their families escaping from prisons and camps run by Kurdish forces. Ankara has dismissed the concerns.
Turkish authorities said on Monday they had begun to send ISIL detainees back to their home countries, deporting a German and a US citizen.
Seven prisoners deported from Turkey landed in Berlin, the Reuters news agency said. The group included two men, four women and a child, the agency said.
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