As one ISIS wife ponders her fate, Europe struggles to deal with group's followers

Lenora Lemke sits in a car packed with all her belongings, shielded from the desert sun by a large carpet that hangs over the roof. The 19-year-old tugs at the hijab that frames her pale face and tries to remember the last time she took a shower. She realizes it's been exactly 20 days since she wiped herself down after giving birth to her new baby, Maria.

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