- Associated Press - Thursday, November 7, 2019

PRISTINA, Kosovo (AP) - Kosovo prosecutors have filed terrorism charges against a man suspected of fighting with the Islamic State group in Syria.

A statement Thursday from the prosecutors’ office said that, in July 2015, the man identified as A.M. went to neighboring North Macedonia and secured a false passport, then continued to Syria via Greece and Turkey.

He is accused of fighting as an IS member until Kurdish forces arrested him in July 2017.

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He was among 110 Kosovo citizens repatriated from Syria in April with the assistance of the United States.

If convicted of terrorist acts, he could face a prison sentence of 10 years or more.

Kosovo authorities say 30 of the country’s citizens are still actively supporting terror groups in Syria.

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