France: leave 600 people to join the Daash in Iraq and Syria[/ltr]
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French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said on Sunday that more than 600 people have left France to Syria and Iraq, though there are 800 others who want to leave to join the organization Daash.
Valls said in a speech to supporters of the Socialist Party, "are fighting a battle on our land, every day going after networks and identify places cells and arrest the individuals, and today there are 2029 a French citizen or resident-linked militant networks."
European governments and emphasizes the fight against terrorism laws with the entry of the conflict in Syria, its sixth year, the governments agreed to increase the exchange of intelligence information and block radical sites on the Internet in an attempt to prevent its citizens from traveling to the Middle East to fight back and militant ideas.
And the separation of Waltz figures saying that 609 people between a French citizen and resident in France are currently with the fighters, including 283 women and 18 minors, and killed about 170 people while they are in Syria or Iraq, and 300 returned to France from these two countries.
He Waltz "At the moment about 800 would like to go to these two regions of the war, according to figures from the intelligence service," adding that "A person subject to intense scrutiny."
In February 2015, weeks after an attack in Paris killed 17-Valls said that in 1400 a French citizen or resident-linked militant networks, although there are 410 in Iraq and Syria, and about 80 people were killed in the battlefield.