Finland: Immigrants go abroad to Jihadi training camps
The Finnish Security Police say that immigrants in Finland have gone to take part in combat training, reports Turun Sanomat.
Supo's deputy director Petri Knape told the newspaper that they suspect that people living in Finland had gone to crisis areas to participate in training camps. Knape did not say which countries or how many people. He told the paper that the threat of terrorism is directed at Europe as an entity. There is still a small risk of terror attacks aimed at Finland.
Supo will send more detectives to Finland's embassies abroad. Knape says that thanks to their contact people in embassies they've been able to prevent several people classified as dangerous from entering Finland. In the future these contact people will be present during family reunification interviews.
Source: Vasabladet (Swedish)