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Hundreds of UK national ISIS’s Affiliates are in Afghanistan – says Mark Field

British jihadis who went to fight for Islamic State in Syria and Iraq could now be on the battlefield in Afghanistan after travelling through ‘porous borders’, said British foreign office minister Mark Field.

According to Daily Mail, Foreign Office minister Mark Field said, there was a risk that some of the hundreds of UK nationals who went to the Middle East could now have joined IS’s branch carrying out deadly attacks in Kabul.
Mr. Field’s comments came after ISIS militants attacked Afghan soldiers guarding a military academy in the capital Kabul, killing at least 11 and wounding 16.

Meanwhile, some northern Afghan officials had reported about the existence of French nationals among the members of Daesh terrorist group in Jawzjan province which was confirmed by security authorities.

On the other hand, northern and western neighbors of Afghanistan are concerned over the influence of Daesh terror fighters in north of Afghanistan, and have repeatedly vowed that the activities of this group is dangerous for Central Asian region.

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