Lithuanians, unlike Latvians or Poles, are not fighting in Syria

The Lithuanian State Security Department says that there are no Lithuanian citizens fighting on the side of the Islamic State in Syria. However, several dozen Polish and Latvian Islamic State supporters have gone to Syria.
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