What should happen to thousands of foreign ISIS fighters?
Clip: 02/16/2019 | 4m 47s
In Syria, U.S.-backed Kurdish forces are retaking the final territory of the Islamic State. As the caliphate dissolves, however, what will happen to the 40,000 foreign fighters who joined the terror group’s ranks over the past few years? Many of them have been detained, but the path for prosecuting them, and preventing them from driving an ISIS resurgence, remains unclear. Nick Schifrin reports.
Aired: 02/16/19Video has closed captioning.
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