Nicaraguan authorities deport to Costa Rica four alleged terrorists

The four were captured on Tuesday by the Nicaragua Army, who delivered them to the Ortega Police (PO) for their deportation to Costa Rica

The four were captured on Tuesday by the Nicaragua Army, who delivered them to the Ortega Police (PO) for their deportation to Costa Rica

Nicaraguan authorities on Tuesday night at the Peñas Blancas border post handed over to Costa Rica’s immigration service, four individuals, presumably members of the terrorist group Islamic State (EI).

Alleged terrorists nabbed in Nicaragua were immediately deported to Costa Rica

The men were captured on Tuesday by the Nicaraguan Army, who handed them over to the Ortega Police (PO) for their respective deportation.

- payin the bills -

Three of the men identified by their surname Ibrahim, Eissa and Mohamed were Egyptian nationals and a fourth identified as Yaoob, is of Iraqi nationality.

Costa Rica authorities confirm three of the suspected terrorists entered their country on June 9 coming from Panama.

 

- paying the bills -

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