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Norway populist party quits govt over Daesh spouse's repatriation

Norwegian Progress Party leader, Siv Jensen, centre, deputy leaders Sylvi Listhaug, centre left and Terje Soviknes, second right, and leader of the party's parliament group, Hans Andreas Limi, right, attend a press conference in Oslo, Norway, Monday, Jan. 20, 2020. The populist Progress Party pulled out of Norway's center-right governing coalition Monday over the decision to repatriate a Daesh group-linked woman and her two children from a detention camp in Syria. (Fredrik Varfjel, NTB scanpix v

 

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