"These innocent, orphaned, children should never have been the subject to the horrors of war," says Dominic Raab
Denmark has already announced plans to strip dual nationals of their citizenship if they have travelled abroad to fight with militant groups.
Eleven French jihadists are expected to be sent home in the coming days, along with seven Germans, according to state media.
Ankara has vowed to send European militants back to their home countries whether they are welcome or not.
Ayden James, 28, was convicted about his 2017 stay in an Iraqi base held by the Kurdistan Worker's Party (PKK) which is recognised as a terrorist organisation by the UK.
The industrial giant is still accused of financing terror groups including IS as it tried to keep its Syrian plant open amid the conflict.
Corporal Ronan Pointeau, 24, died in the northeastern region of Menaka as his vehicle was "struck by an explosive device," the Ministry of Defence said.
The so-called Islamic State confirmed the death of its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and vowed revenge against United States.
The jihadist organisation confirmed that their leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and chief spokesman had died after the US announced the deaths earlier this week.
An ISIS insider who gained the trust of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was passing on information about his whereabouts to the United States via Kurdish officials, NBC News' Richard Engel reports.
How Kurdish-led intelligence helped track Baghdadi
A Belgian MEP has called for a humanitarian corridor to be established to return Europe’s children of the so-called Islamic State (IS).
Apart from the immediate disastrous results for the Kurds who have freed their areas from Islamic State (IS) with tremendous sacrifice, the US troops’ pull-out will have vast security implications for Europe as well.
Prime Minister Mahdi says he will listen to the ''legitimate'' demands of protesters, but with many calling for his downfall, what is next for Iraq?
Overflowing latrines, sewages trickling into tents, acute malnutrition and diarrhoea are just some of the issues the nearly 75,000 people held in the al-Hol detention camp in northeastern Syria face every day. More that 11,000 foreign nationals suspected of links to IS fighters are held there.
"When I see them, it’s so painful. It’s normal for them…They don’t know there is better than this," a Dutch mother-of-two detained in a Syrian camp told Euronews' Anelise Borges.
The parents of a French man who ran away to Syria to join Islamic State have talked about their struggle to find out what happened to their son.
Europe’s problem with jihad, and the shocking aftermath of the mass recruitment of European’s to ISIS, is far from solved.
French women who fled the so-called caliphate tell Euronews: 'I would never have come.'
Why is Turkey threatening to make new incursions in northern Syria? What are the implications for Syrian Kurds, the fight against the so-called Islamic State, and already strained US-Turkish relations?
The relative lull in Islamist terror attacks "may not last long, possibly not even until the end of 2019," UN monitors have warned in a report.
The number of people converting to Islam in the UK is growing rapidly, but they often make headlines for all the wrong reasons.
A German court has ordered the repatriation of the wife and children of a suspected fighter for the Islamic State in Syria.
The question of what to do with Islamic State fighters, their wives and children keeps policy makers and security experts awake at night. But we should worry less about those returning, and more about convincing them not to go in the first place.
A Dutch-born alleged Islamic State fighter was brought before a court in the Netherlands on Monday.
Scott, the medic in question was in fact not the Navy SEAL defendant on trial for war crimes for the killing of this same IS fighter.