Prime minister tells world leaders that more must be done to tackle threat posed by fighters returning from Middle East

Theresa May has urged world leaders to help ensure that British people who travel to the Middle East to become “foreign fighters” are prosecuted in the region.

Leading a discussion on counter-terrorism with G7 leaders at their summit in Taormina, Italy, the prime minister said more had to be done to tackle the threat posed by people returning from countries such as Syria, Iraq and Libya.

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