What future for the children of French jihadists still in Syria?
An estimated 200 to 250 French children live in Kurdish-run detention camps in the former territory of the Islamic State group in Syria. They're the offspring of suspected jihadists. For now, the French government occasionally flies home a select few on a case-by-case basis. Despite the fact that most of these children are under five and almost all under 12 years old, their return is a controversial issue, with public opinion against their return. FRANCE 24's Noémie Roche and Yena Lee went to meet some of those who are calling for their repatriation, including a grandmother.
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