Albanian man sentenced to jail for joining IS group
March 11, Pristina: A Kosovo court has sentenced an Albanian man to three years imprisonment for joining the Islamic State group.
The court of Gjilan, 50 kilometers (30 miles) south-east of the capital Pristina, on Thursday jailed a young Albanian identified as F.B. for joining the group, which it said has been designated a terrorist organization by the United Nations, reports said.
He was arrested in January at Kosovo's international airport together with a friend after returning from fighting with IS.
A court statement emailed to The Associated Press Friday said F.B. joined IS in February last year and was "trained in theory and practice on using the AK-47 automatic rifle and hand grenades."
The Oslo Times