Turkish news reports say a U.S. citizen, who has been deported by Turkey, is now stuck in the heavily militarized no-man's land between Greece and Turkey near Edirne, Turkey, Nov. 11, 2019.
An American citizen accused of being a fighter for Islamic State is stranded in the no-man's land between the borders of Turkey and Greece after Ankara deported him.
Turkey's Demiroren News Agency has identified the man as Muhammed Darwis B, an American of Jordanian dissent. Turkish officials told AFP that he had refused to be sent back to the United States, and asked to be sent to Greece instead. Greek authorities had refused to receive him.
President of the Center for Analysis of Terrorism in France, Jean-Charles Brisard, tweeted a video from local Turkish media that appeared to show an unidentified man, dressed in black, waving to cameras and standing just beyond the Turkish border.
"A jihadist American expelled by Turkey to Greece is literally stuck in the buffer zone separating the two countries after Greece's refusal to allow entry into the country," a translation of Brisard's tweet said.
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