German girl's fate in Iraq not clear

Al-Issa expected India would contribute to the reconstruction of Mosul which was completely devastated during the war

Iraqi security and intelligence officials said the 16-year-old girl, being identified only as Linda W., was "too stunned" to speak immediately after she was apprehended but is now in better condition.

The fate of these Indians, who were in Mosul when the IS captured the city, is set to come up during bilateral talks between foreign minister Sushma Swaraj and her Iraqi counterpart Al Ibrahim al-Jaafari on Monday.

Acknowledging that US has been providing support to the Iraqi army and allied forces through air strikes in fight against ISIS, Maliki said "but it is America who created ISIS in the first place and now Washington seeks to establish military bases on Iraqi territory in order to maintain influence in the region".

She could theoretically face the death sentence, according to Iraqi law, for those actions, but she could not be executive before age 22, officials said. Iraqi officials claim Linda W. met an Arab Muslim on the internet and married him.

His office plans to reopen an investigation that was begun after she was reported to have run away from her home in the town of Pulsnitz last summer, Mr. Haase said.

Haase says it's not clear if a German girl will be returned to her home country.

Last week, Iraqi troops found Wenzel along with four other German women in a tunnel under the Old City.

Only in the Iraqi city detained 26 foreigners. The French authorities are in contact with the Iraqis to take back the children to France, while they have shown no interest to extradite the French woman, leaving her to be prosecuted in Iraq.

"There is the possibility that Linda might be put on trial in Iraq".

She said she did not want to go to Mosul, but that she was "shipped" there and her husband was killed soon afterwards.

Linda Wenzel disappeared from her home in Pulsnitz, near Dresden, after converting to Islam in secret. She is reported to have used her mother's credit card to buy an airline ticket to Istanbul under her mom's name.

We are talking about two men, eight children and 16 women.

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