UK court: ‘ISIL bride’ Begum can return to fight for citizenship

A woman stripped of her British citizenship after joining ISIL (ISIS) will be allowed back to the United Kingdom to fight for her return.
Shamima Begum was found in a Syrian refugee camp last year.
A court has ruled she can challenge the decision on her nationality, in person.
Al Jazeera’s Sonia Gallego reports.

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