FILE - In this file picture taken on Monday, July 24, 2017, an Indonesian family who escaped from the Islamic State group in Raqqa gather inside their tent at a refugee camp, in Ain Issa, Syria. The family spent nearly two years with the Islamic State group in Syria and has denounced IS militants as interested only in power, money and sex in a video released by Indonesia's counterterrorism agency. The family was detained at the agency's de-radicalization center near the capital, Jakarta, after returning to Indonesia in mid-August and was released on Wednesday.
FILE - In this file picture taken on Monday, July 24, 2017, an Indonesian family who escaped from the Islamic State group in Raqqa gather inside their tent at a refugee camp, in Ain Issa, Syria. The family spent nearly two years with the Islamic State group in Syria and has denounced IS militants as interested only in power, money and sex in a video released by Indonesia's counterterrorism agency. The family was detained at the agency's de-radicalization center near the capital, Jakarta, after returning to Indonesia in mid-August and was released on Wednesday. Hussein Malla, File AP Photo
FILE - In this file picture taken on Monday, July 24, 2017, an Indonesian family who escaped from the Islamic State group in Raqqa gather inside their tent at a refugee camp, in Ain Issa, Syria. The family spent nearly two years with the Islamic State group in Syria and has denounced IS militants as interested only in power, money and sex in a video released by Indonesia's counterterrorism agency. The family was detained at the agency's de-radicalization center near the capital, Jakarta, after returning to Indonesia in mid-August and was released on Wednesday. Hussein Malla, File AP Photo

Indonesia releases family detained for joining IS in Syria

September 14, 2017 6:25 AM