Iraqi prison hopes to reform ISIL recruits

More than 250 ISIL recruits are being held in a prison in the northern Kurdish region of northern Iraq.

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    More than 250 ISIL recruits are being held in a prison in the northern Kurdish region of northern Iraq.

    But there is growing concern over how to reintegrate them into society after their release.

    Al Jazeera’s Charles Stratford reports from Erbil.


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