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as Islamic state caliphate is down to its last square miles attention is turning on what to do with its foreign fights is US backed Kurdish forces of said they would release them but %HESITATION urging countries to take this citizens bank that's likely resulting in a big sigh of relief in European capitals after US president Donald Trump tweeted out the weekend that they be forced to release them if Europe didn't take its finances back the US bank Syrian democratic forces say that holding some eight hundred four invoices and around seven hundred of the fights his wives from one and a half thousand of that children in camps dozens more vices and family members are arriving each day , your major %HESITATION in favor now should be not to allow them to come back to Europe that's Hungary's foreign minister France meanwhile is said it will consider taking medicines back on a case by case basis while Germany's interior minister has said sure only if they have consular access almost impossible in a place like Syria European officials complained that the situation has been made more complicated with trump surprise withdrawal of US troops in the country Kurdish forces a warning the foreign militants are a time bomb and if countries it does take them back they could escape