British-born former ‘IS’ bride loses citizenship appeal
26 February 2023 | 1:50 pm
A special tribunal said there were insufficient grounds to reinstate Shamima Begum's citizenship. UK authorities stripped her of her British citizenship after she joined the "Islamic State" terror group in 2015.
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