Interpol chief calls for more data sharing among countries to combat foreign fighters threat

February 24, 2015 2:30 PM

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BERLIN – The head of Interpol says countries need to improve their information sharing in order to effectively combat the threat of so-called foreign fighters.

Interpol's secretary-general Juergen Stock says an estimated 20,000 foreigners have joined extremists fighting in Syria and Iraq, including the Islamic State group.

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